This is my first post.
Just after some advice about parking eye 'parking ticket'.
I've currently fighting a parking ticket issued by this company after parking in an aldi car park with a friend.
I have read on here (on older threads) and other websites that once I have told them I am not the driver then it is up to the company to provide evidence of who the driver on the day was. I have written to them twice now telling them that they need to provide evidence of who was driving and now they are saying I have to tell them who it was or pay up.
The also cited some court case in Oldham 2008 where the man, a Mr. Thomas, was found guilty because he wouldn't say who was driving but my friend has informed me that it was because he had admitted on the internet that he was in fact the driver --- does anyone know if this is the case? Is this just a scare tactic?
Should I write to them again explaining that in contract law it is a contract between the company and the driver but and that I have no obligation to inform them who was driving? Or should I just now leave the matter?
My car is registered to a different address to where I actually live because I am away at uni so i'm worried they might send bailiffs round to my parent's house :undecided