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Got an unfair ticket?
Challenge it!

57% of appeals to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal are upheld.

Traffic Penalty Tribunal (2017)

What is peNOty?

Did you receive an unfair traffic penalty? peNOty asks you a series of questions to see whether you have any grounds for submitting an appeal. We then provide you advice on drafting a letter to the local authority. It’s free!

Click ‘Get Started’ or the chat button to try it out!

What is the process?

The first stage is the challenge (informal appeal). You should write to the council explaining within 14 days why you object to the ticket and giving reasons for this. You can use peNOty to craft your letter.

If the council rejects your challenge, the registered keeper of the vehicle will receive a Notice to Owner (NTO). The second stage is making formal representations within 28 days after the NTO is served. This must be based on specific grounds, such as a procedural impropriety. peNOty is designed for drafting representations.

If your formal representations are rejected, you can appeal to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal within 28 days after the Notice of Rejection is served.

Is this legal advice?

No, we do not provide legal advice. The letter generated by the software is only a template and is not intended to be exhaustive. It only covers the more common grounds for challenging your PCN, but other grounds may be available in your case!

Seek legal advice before acting or refraining from acting on the basis of information on this website. Do not use this website if you are facing possible criminal liability.