All things relating to motoring and motoring challenges can be found on this website. We provide you with information on purchasing a vehicle, finding recourse if you have had unsatisfactory work done on your vehicle, or want to challenge a motoring ticket. We have the most up to date documents that you can use for all of these situations. They will save you money as you won’t have to pay legal fees unless you decide you want a solicitor. These documents are legal in the UK and have the advice and ways to be tailored to fit your needs thanks to our own solicitors.
Two documents that you may want to look at if you have had substandard work done on your vehicle might include one that tells of damage that was sustained on your vehicle while it was being worked on. The other one would be to complain about the problem with your vehicle not being repaired even though it was supposedly fixed. What happens if you have purchased a vehicle that turns out to be a lemon? You will want to use our letter plus a report from an independent agent stating that the car is unfit and or unsafe to drive. This should produce the desired effect of getting your purchase price refunded.
Other letters that can be found here about vehicles will deal with the cost of a repair being different than the estimate when you booked the service, that you wish the dealer to repair your faulty vehicle free of charge, or that you have been hit by a careless driver and you want to get compensation.
You can save money by getting several of the forms relating to the problems with a motor vehicle and save yourself money by purchasing in bulk. This enables you to have the letter you need quickly.
If you have been accused of speeding or running light you can send a letter to the police asking for information to help you identify the driver that was captured on the speed camera or electronic device. While the police have no obligation to give you this information, many will when this letter is submitted. The internet is a good place to find out when the camera has been calibrated. All you have to do is answer the questions on this document, follow the explanation in the guide and then print the document from your computer.
You can challenge a parking ticket if you feel it was given unfairly. If your car had been stolen the fine could be cancelled. Because you have filed this letter with the council you will still have the fifty per cent reduction of the fine for fourteen days after you receive the rejection letter. This letter won’t work if you were illegally parked on private land or you were in a hired car.
There is a letter that lets you appeal the decision of the council. There are six grounds that are valid for stating your claim that the ticket is unfair. The notice of appeal to the parking appeal tribunal may get the dismissal you want; however if this fails you will have to pay the full amount of the fine. The fifty per cent discount will no longer apply.
If you have a motor vehicle that you are selling in a private sale take advantage of the letter that states the agreement the two parties have agreed upon. This document should state that the vehicle is sold “as seen” so that if anyone claims that there were problems or defects found with the vehicle the seller is protected. There is an area to record the mileage of the vehicle and that the seller confirms that it is an accurate record. It also states that the vehicle has no charges on it. The buyer and seller must sign the agreement and notify the DVLA of the change of ownership.