Three tickets in a row
1) Driving on a non-designated lane (I was looking to park, so I kept right and only drove about 300m on the lane) - 85$
2) Having previous address on the vehicle permit - 110$
3) Not having a sticker on the back of my vehicle permit - 110$
What's funny the #2 offence is written as "Fail to notify change of address".
When I got to the MofT they told me that my new address is in their system (since I updated my driving license).
So I wonder how does this charge hold?
I never got my sticker on my car permit, thought that having it on the license plate is good enough, got stopped before but it never was an issue.
Also #1 offence is arguable since I don't understand how not to drive on the non-designated lane when you need to turn right.
#2 and #3 look like pure technicalities.
I'd pay the money and forget, but now I'll have 3 tickets so my insurance will increase, which is not fair since those are not traffic violations.
Have anyone got those kinds of tickets and fought them successfully?
I read the sticky note, but couldn't find any information relevant to my case (sorry if I missed it).