Infringement reminder notice
Toll road:[name of toll road]
Address for correspondence:
Reminder notice No:
Date of birth:
Driver licence No:
Vehicle: [type and make]
Vehicle registration No:
The informant shown above alleges that you committed an infringement offence on [specify date and time of offence] at [name of toll road] in that you, being—
(b) the registered owner of the vehicle at the time that the driver failed to pay the toll, failed to pay the toll and did not, within 28 days after being notified of the non-payment of the toll, supply to the toll operator, in a sworn statement in writing or a statutory declaration,—
This is an offence against section 54(1) of the Land Transport Management Act 2003, being a toll offence.
If you wish to deny the offence or wish to have a court consider submissions in respect of the offence, follow the directions in paragraphs 2 to 4 of the notes to defendant on this form.
Infringement offence details
Infringement notice No:
Infringement notice issued by:
Infringement notice served by ordinary post on: [date of service of infringement notice]
Reminder notice served by ordinary post on: [date of service of reminder notice]
The infringement fee for this offence is: $[amount]
Amount of infringement fee unpaid:
Total payable: $[amount]
Procedure for payment of infringement fee
Cheques should be made out to [name of informant] and crossed and marked “
“not negotiable””. Cheque payments must be made to the informant at the address shown above. Remittance advice must accompany all cheque payments. Refer to the remittance advice section below for other payment options.
The last day for payment is [date], being 28 days after service of this notice.
Reminder notice No:
Toll road: [name of toll road]
Vehicle registration No:
Payment options: [specify payment options]
In your own interests you should read the notes to defendant on this form.
Notes to defendant Information about toll infringement offences under the Land Transport Act 1998
If, after reading these notes, there is anything you do not understand in the notes, you should consult a lawyer immediately.
Toll infringement offence notices may be issued under the Land Transport Act 1998.
If, under section 21(3A) or (3C)(a) of the Summary Proceedings Act 1957, you enter or have entered into a time-to-pay arrangement with an informant in respect of an infringement fee payable by you, paragraphs 3 and 4 do not apply and you are not entitled either to request a hearing to deny liability or to ask the District Court to consider any submissions (as to penalty or otherwise) in respect of the infringement.
3 If you wish to deny liability in respect of the alleged offence, you must write to the informant at the address shown above requesting a hearing in respect of the offence. Your request must be received by the informant within 28 days after the service of this notice. The informant will then, if it decides to commence court proceedings in respect of the offence, serve you with a notice of hearing setting out the place and time at which the matter will be heard by the court.
Note: If the Court finds you guilty of the offence, costs may be imposed in addition to any penalty.
Your submission must be received by the informant within 28 days after the service of this notice. The informant will then, if it decides to commence proceedings in respect of the offence, file your letter with the Court. You are not entitled to make oral submissions to the Court if you follow this course of action.
Non-payment of fee
5 If you do not pay the infringement fee or the amount of the infringement fee remaining unpaid and the informant does not receive from you a request for a hearing in respect of the alleged infringement offence within 28 days after the service of this notice, you will become liable to pay costs in addition to a fine (unless the informant decides not to commence court proceedings against you). The fine will be equal to the amount of the infringement fee or the amount of the infringement fee remaining unpaid.
Information about toll offences
6 Section 54(1) of the Land Transport Management Act 2003 provides that a person commits an offence if the person, without reasonable excuse, refuses or fails to pay a toll payable by that person. Section 52 of that Act provides that the driver of the vehicle is liable for payment of the toll when the motor vehicle reaches the toll payment point and, if the driver fails to pay, the registered owner of the motor vehicle is liable for payment.
8 When writing, please include the date of the infringement, the reminder notice number, the vehicle registration number (if shown on the front of this form), and your address for replies.
All payments, all queries, and all correspondence regarding this reminder notice must be directed to the informant at the address shown for correspondence.