Got a speeding ticket, but can't remember who was driving

I received a notice of intended prosecution recently regarding my vehicle speeding. On this particular day I am 100 per cent certain I was not driving my car and as other people do have regular access to my car (whom are all fully insured etc) and requested photographic images to try to identify the driver/s that day.

I received back the photographs but they only have photos from the back of my car which is incredibly unhelpful in helping me to identify the driver that particular day. I sent them back a letter within 14 days stating with some information I used from this site that I could not with reasonable diligence have ascertained who the driver was. I sent this back recorded signed for delivery which I have checked that it was received.

14 days have now passed and I have still not heard anything from them and I was wondering if there was a time limit that they had to reply or what happens from here?

Asked on 13 September 2016 by Josh

Answered by Honest John
If it's your car, it is unbelievable that you cannot identify who was driving it at the date and time of the 'offence', and because of that you may well have to take the rap personally or may even be charged with 'perverting the course of justice' by failing to identify the driver. I suggest you call in everyone who could have driven the car and ask them to account for their movements.
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