Infringement Notice received from NZ

Hired a camper in NZ, and a few weeks after return I received an infringement notice for crossing the double-yellow lines ona twisty road. The notice advises a NZ$ 150 fine (£85 approx). Payment options being online (3% fee) or personal cheque by post - I think I can send in UK £

Does it make a difference that the Infringement notice has some mistakes?
- states my wife's date of birth, not mine
- no driver licence number
- misspelled postal address

Asked on 9 April 2012 by Andynonymous

Answered by Honest John
If you ever want to go back to NZ, pay it. If you don't, don't.

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