In August, I got a ticket. I deserved it, and while I was tempted to fight it... well, honestly, I earned it fair and square. Annoying, but I was willing to take my lumps and pay. Eventually.
Okay, so I never actually got around to paying, and today I got a letter from ICBC letting me know that the ticket had been "reviewed by our office, found to be invalid, and cancelled." This is, of course, totally fantastic, but for the life of me I have NO idea why it was invalidated. I've got my copy of the ticket, and the closest thing to an inaccurate statement on it is that the cop said my bike was grey -- it's very definitely black. Everything else was totally legit.
For some background, the ticket was for using the bus/vanpool lane (it's *not* an HOV/motorcycle Ok lane -- I knew this, but took my chances) getting onto the Lions Gate Bridge from West Van. I'd been using the lane weekly -- and around that time, daily -- for almost a year. Had been pulled over once prior to the ticket, but only had my license checked, so I was taking it as technically illegal, but ignored by ticketing officers.
Any idea why they might have pulled it? I'm wickedly curious.