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    Hi everyone. So unfortunately I think I may have a speeding ticket on the way. However I am registered as an additional driver. Would the registered driver recieve the points automatically on their licence or is there a form or something that you can fill in to say that it was the additional driver speeding instead. And I understand that the fine has to come by 14 days of the offence happening otherwise you can challenge it?
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    It isn't that clear cut. The police need to process and send the Notice of Intended Prosecution so that it can be received within 14 days of the offence e.g. if they issue and send it within 13 days and it is sent by first class post, everything is good from their point of view. The registered keeper will need to let them know that you were driving and you will get the good news, however the 14 day rule willl no longer apply. If the issue date on the NIP is more than 14 days after the offence you can challenge it on that basis.
 
 
 
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