Ok, So I got a ticket with my mom driving down granville street southbound... I was ticketed for driving in the HOV lane (3 people) I only had 2 (my mom and I)
anyway, I disputed the ticket and my argument was going to be the only way to pull into the dairy queen driveway on about 63rd and granville was to enter the HOV lane. The intersection where the cops pulled me over was just before the driveway. He asked me why I didnt have my turn signal on, I told him because the driveway was past the intersection I was not going to turn it on until after I passed the intersection to turn into the driveway. (which I learned from the first time I failed my class 6 road test, they said it was a dangerous action to signal before making a turning action)
So I get this letter in the mail today from ICBC.
"the above violation ticket has been reviewed by our office, found to be invalid, and cancelled. No payment or dispute is neccessary for this offence.
We have advised the Enforcement officer. Please be advised the Enforcement officer has the authority to issue a new violation ticket for this offence. If the violation ticket was disputed, the provincial court has also been notified of the cancellation.
First off, why would this happen ? technicality ? and do you think the officer will issue a new ticket ? has anybody seen this before ?
thanks in advance.