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nuzgul 04-04-2020 07:39 PM

Is it possible to appeal speeding fine?
 
Hi all, I accidentally sped while traveling along Seletar Link near Lamp Post #37.

This is my first traffic offence ever since I got my license 1 year ago.

When I realized that my speed was over 60km/h, and tried to slow down, it was too late.

Is there any chance I can successfully appeal this? If yes how should I do it?

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/jn...=w1798-h652-no

lousydk 04-04-2020 09:26 PM

If you first time offence and the speed never exceed too much may just get a warning letter

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reddevil0728 04-04-2020 09:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nuzgul (Post 126134734)
Hi all, I accidentally sped while traveling along Seletar Link near Lamp Post #37.

This is my first traffic offence ever since I got my license 1 year ago.

When I realized that my speed was over 60km/h, and tried to slow down, it was too late.

Is there any chance I can successfully appeal this? If yes how should I do it?

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/jn...=w1798-h652-no

You can submit, but doesn't necessary mean it will be successful

sanzhu 04-04-2020 09:37 PM

Next time drive into the camera

myviowner 05-04-2020 11:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nuzgul (Post 126134734)
Hi all, I accidentally sped while traveling along Seletar Link near Lamp Post #37.

This is my first traffic offence ever since I got my license 1 year ago.

When I realized that my speed was over 60km/h, and tried to slow down, it was too late.

Is there any chance I can successfully appeal this? If yes how should I do it?

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/jn...=w1798-h652-no

Have you got love letter from the relevant authority? If yes, then start to write beautifully and not saying something like :By mistake, did not realize the speed limit....etc.
If no, then wait for love letter. While waiting, can start to pen this appeal letter.

Good luck!

Peach Tea 05-04-2020 12:35 PM

1 year plus license but speed like a demon :o

karlgantry 05-04-2020 01:30 PM

You can try to send love letter and see, maybe more forgiving these times. :)

nuzgul 05-04-2020 04:52 PM

This is the 1st draft of my appeal letter.

What do you guys think?

Dear LTA,

On 22 Mar 2020, 3.36pm, I was driving along Seletar Link. I accidentally exceeded the speed limit of the road by 1-20km/h.

The reason that I exceeded the speed limit was because I was unfamiliar with the area as it was my first time driving there.

This lesson has left a strong impression in my mind. I have been driving with additional care ever since and will continue into the future.

Prior to this, I have always driven very carefully since the day I got my license. This is the first time that I made a traffic offence. I seek your leniency, which will I treasure immensely!

Thank you for considering my case!

Sincerely,
My Name

koxinga 05-04-2020 05:05 PM

Bro, no need to beg lah. State the facts and let them decide.

No need this.

Quote:

This lesson has left a strong impression in my mind. I have been driving with additional care ever since and will continue into the future.

Prior to this, I have always driven very carefully ever since I got my license. This is the first time that I made a traffic offence. I seek your leniency in this, which will I treasure immensely!

reddevil0728 05-04-2020 05:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nuzgul (Post 126154241)
This is the 1st draft of my appeal letter.

What do you guys think?

Dear LTA,

On 22 Mar 2020, 3.36pm, I was driving along Seletar Link. I accidentally exceeded the speed limit of the road by 1-20km/h.

The reason that I exceeded the speed limit was because I was unfamiliar with the area as it was my first time driving there.

This lesson has left a strong impression in my mind. I have been driving with additional care ever since and will continue into the future.

Prior to this, I have always driven very carefully since the day I got my license. This is the first time that I made a traffic offence. I seek your leniency, which will I treasure immensely!

Thank you for considering my case!

Sincerely,
My Name

People who are unfamiliar with an area will usually go slower, why are you going faster?

This lesson can leave a stronger impression if they don’t accept your appeal wouldn’t it?

One should always be driving carefully and that should be a given no?

May want to consider addressing this.

CyanSupra 05-04-2020 06:02 PM

Lol........

Peach Tea 05-04-2020 06:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nuzgul (Post 126154241)
This is the 1st draft of my appeal letter.

What do you guys think?

Dear LTA,

On 22 Mar 2020, 3.36pm, I was driving along Seletar Link. I accidentally exceeded the speed limit of the road by 1-20km/h.

The reason that I exceeded the speed limit was because I was unfamiliar with the area as it was my first time driving there.

This lesson has left a strong impression in my mind. I have been driving with additional care ever since and will continue into the future.

Prior to this, I have always driven very carefully since the day I got my license. This is the first time that I made a traffic offence. I seek your leniency, which will I treasure immensely!

Thank you for considering my case!

Sincerely,
My Name

TP will fine you and hope it leaves a strong impression in your mind. 🤣🤣🤣

elf108 05-04-2020 07:08 PM

Letter already say only if on medical reason.
Why bother ?

itedino 18-04-2020 12:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nuzgul (Post 126154241)
This is the 1st draft of my appeal letter.

What do you guys think?

Dear LTA,

On 22 Mar 2020, 3.36pm, I was driving along Seletar Link. I accidentally exceeded the speed limit of the road by 1-20km/h.

The reason that I exceeded the speed limit was because I was unfamiliar with the area as it was my first time driving there.

This lesson has left a strong impression in my mind. I have been driving with additional care ever since and will continue into the future.

Prior to this, I have always driven very carefully since the day I got my license. This is the first time that I made a traffic offence. I seek your leniency, which will I treasure immensely!

Thank you for considering my case!

Sincerely,
My Name

If I am tp, I will think since unfamiliar why are u driving so first. U giving yrself excuse to no need to pay fine. No strong reason to support Yr case. 300 and 6 points, answer is no. Will proceed to fine u.

Love letter will write there speeding kills.

Kumar22 18-04-2020 07:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nuzgul (Post 126154241)
This is the 1st draft of my appeal letter.

What do you guys think?

Dear LTA,

On 22 Mar 2020, 3.36pm, I was driving along Seletar Link. I accidentally exceeded the speed limit of the road by 1-20km/h.

The reason that I exceeded the speed limit was because I was unfamiliar with the area as it was my first time driving there.

This lesson has left a strong impression in my mind. I have been driving with additional care ever since and will continue into the future.

Prior to this, I have always driven very carefully since the day I got my license. This is the first time that I made a traffic offence. I seek your leniency, which will I treasure immensely!

Thank you for considering my case!

Sincerely,
My Name

Point 1: The correct authority is TP not LTA.

Point 2: It has to be an emergency (stomach-ache is not considered one)

Point 3: It has to be .....................to stand any chance. (I'm not stating it openly but this is usually the best option)

Point 4: Very unlikely, you have to prove faulty equipment - like your speedometer.

And finally: Point 5, why jump the gun? How do you know you will be summoned? You may not be or you may be given an advisory.
If your speed exceeds below 5kmh, very unlikely. Below 10, unlikely. Below 15, depends and an advisory may be issued. Over 15, likely. Over 20, almost certainly.


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