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I wasn’t driving and I know who was
The law requires the person or company who owns the vehicle to provide the identity of the driver; if you fail to do so there will be a court hearing where you will have to explain why you’re not able to identify them.
It’s an offence to fail to provide driver details. A conviction will mean six penalty points will be added to your licence.
Once you’ve sent us the details of the driver we will send a notice to them. Once they’ve received the notice it’s for them to respond to it.
If the driver is from another country you are required by law to have insurance for that person to drive your vehicle. They are not covered by an insurance policy issued in another country.
You will need to include a copy of your insurance to show that they are covered to drive your vehicle on the date of the offence.
If you let someone drive your vehicle without insurance you could be prosecuted for ‘permitting no insurance’.