I'm with you on this, but what comes to my mind, if there is no identification in the system between on spot and camera infringements, then I think that should be ok to do it. The only thing as I mentioned if in the system it does identify if the infringement was on spot or camera. Do you have an idea about this?just checking.... The cop pulled you over, looked at your licence, wrote a ticket based on the name of the person driving the car when the speeding offence happened? and you wanna ask if you can pretend that someone else was driving the car? Really?
No.Can we nominate another driver for a speeding fine issued by a police officer on a highway?
Yeah.Former Federal Court Judge Einfield did two years in jail because he lied about being behind the wheel when his car was caught by a speed camera.
I was not encouraging to OP to lie, I was asking if the system would identify the infringement if issued at spot or by camera, as that would be a loop hole. But I did not advise that poster to lie.Former Federal Court Judge Einfield did two years in jail because he lied about being behind the wheel when his car was caught by a speed camera. He denied being behind he wheel to avoid a $77 fine. 2 years in JAIL. So Adam 1... Nope it is not ok to lie and get someone else to take the demerit points. Sure, good chance you'll get away with it... After all that is probably what Judge Einfield thought too...