Am I about to drop myself in it?
Went I took my trailer test(s) they weren’t best impressed that I was wearing glasses and that my license didn’t state that I needed them. It was Ok though as they said they’d add that bit on when they updated my license to say I had passed….only issue is I still haven’t passed it 😆Posted 7 years agoLimboJimboSubscriber
I got shunted in my company car this afternoon (no innuendos please) and despite my attempts to get the other driver to pull over (gesticulating, flashing of lights etc.) all I got was a 1000 yard stare as he pulled past me and scarpered. I rang my boss who told me to get a crime ref. number so our insurers can pursue him. Popped into the local station who took my details and gave me a form to fill in and asked me to return within 7 days with my insurance and licence.
Now, the the problem is I haven’t changed the address on my licence since I moved in with my other half. I still own the old house as it is currently on the market. I’m fairly sure the DVLA takes a bit of a dim view on this sort of slackness but I’m not sure whether the Police will as well.
So, STW, do you think I should get ready for a big, fat fine?Posted 7 years agomissingfrontallobeMember
I can’t see the coppers being too fussed if you still own the property, as you’d be traceable one way or another. If you didn’t own the property they’d likely be less happy.*
*I’m not claiming any legal basis for this, just purely a common sense take on your situation.Posted 7 years agoAmbroseMember
My recent passport renewal was delayed because the Passport Office had two DoB’s for me. They required my original birth certificate as proof of the correct date. I was born overseas and the certificate is pretty ‘basic’ to say the least. They were happy with that though.
You own the house you recorded on your license. I assume that you collect any mail from there too. No worries.Posted 7 years ago
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