Hello, Our company car was involved in a speeding offence committed in April'15. We first found out in November '15 after all the notices were sent to the previous address. We had moved in April '15. I sent in revocation nominating myself (director) as driver, but came back refused, saying 5 months had passed after the time limit to nominate. It's my very first offence ever and is 1 demerit point for exceeding the speed limit of less than 10ks. Normal speeding fines should be $180. I am being asked to pay $3120. They took 2 months to get back to my original revocation application. Can I nominate driver if I object in magistrates court? Our mistake here is mainly our failure to update the address in time. But $180 vs $3120 is pretty outrageous for a first offence. Doesn't matter if it's under a company name, as the financial cost would affect me just as directly being a micro business. Could you please give some Traffic Law suggestions on objecting in magistrates court and what can I say in this instance? Also, if I do not want to attend in person. Can I get a lawyer to represent me in court for under $300 as taking a day off work would cost me the same. Also, if the Sheriff comes looking, given the car is under a company name, can he touch me personally as a director? Many thanks!