My father has just recieved a NIP, detailing 72MPH in a 60 zone, on the A5 near Crick, on the 7th May 2005, but MY numberplate. Those of you who recognise that date (and the location) will realise that this was the time I was driving home from silverstone after the SuperGT camping meet. And here-in lie my querys: 1) The car has never and will never be registered in my father's name, so how did they get this information? 2) The V5 is in my name, however, the car was only bought a few weeks prior to the alleged incident, and as such it is possible the DVLA database showed the old owner as the registered keeper at the point of sending out the NIP. 3) The NIP is well beyond the 14 day rule, even allowing for postage. However the law states that in the cases of "company car drivers", "hired/borrowed cars", or "someone else's car", they have more time to find the owner. I fall into none of those categories, however this is going to be pretty borderline is it not? 4) Who has to and what has to be done with the NIP addressed to my father? Does he have to give my name, or is this a case of he sends the form back stating it was not himself? I will ask the same questions on pepipoo, however their forums are always slow for responses. What do you think guys?