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What if I don’t know who was driving?

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It is your duty, as the keeper of the vehicle, to identify the driver. 

Owning a vehicle carries with it a number of responsibilities. 

You should know not only who can drive it, for insurance purposes, but who is driving it at all times. 

Unacceptable responses may result in prosecution for failing to provide details of the driver. 

A conviction for this offence would result in six penalty points on your licence and a possible maximum fine of £1,000.