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LouLouLou posted a topic in Aussie ChatHello! Looking for a little advice here, I just received my first ever speeding ticket in the mail. I was clocked 8kmh over the limit on Christmas Eve. Clearly a little too excited having finished work for the holidays! Anyway besides the question of what kind of a$$ :policeman: sits giving out fines on Christmas eve, I'm wondering if anyone else here has dealt with this? I'm on a temporary visa so still on a UK drivers license (you dont need to get a Vic one until permanent visa comes through). Will the points get put on my UK license? Or can I at least avoid the points? I ask because I once worked for a foreign company in the UK, where the internationals would take the UK people's points (from company cars) for payment! It never got registered with their home country.
chrisooo posted a topic in Visa ChatHEY ALL Thanks for reading and hopfully advising I recently (last Feb) finished my working holiday visa while on this visa i think i must have accumulated a few parking, speeding and toll tickets but have had no correspondence to this at uk address I'm hoping to return to australia in March to visit my family there who live in Perth I always get stopped for the character check as i have criminal record in the uk and they take me in room ask ifi will commit crime i say no then i go My question is this Will information they at immigration see and charge me for parking fines, speeding tickets, tolls things or my credit card information? If so how would i find this information out?
Victoria Police will be withdrawing all infringements issued during a four-week period in July and August last year from an Eastlink fixed speed camera at the Wellington Rd Bridge, after it was found the camera remained activated during a testing process. Under policy, speed and red light cameras are deactivated during some testing processes and no infringements are issued. A human error was made by a camera service provider who deactivated a camera in the wrong lane once testing commenced. Victoria Police believes that no incorrect infringements were issued during the period, as all speeding offences on fixed speed cameras are corroborated by two independent speed measuring devices. However, as the infringements would not have been issued under normal circumstances had the correct camera being deactivated, Victoria Police will be withdrawing all 717 infringements issued. Motorists who received an infringement during the testing period will be notified individually by mail that the fine and demerit points will be withdrawn over the next few days. Infringements which are being withdrawn relate to one northbound camera at the Wellington Road Bridge on Eastlink between July 13 and August 14 last year.:policeman: