Karen Gregson-Smith was wrongly accused of riding in a bus lane. Have you had a similar experience?

Karen Gregson-Smith was wrongly accused of riding in a bus lane. Have you had a similar experience?

 

A case of mistaken motorcycle identity - tell us your story

By Sarah Carnell -

General news

 12 December 2007 16:35

In this week’s MCN (December 12, 2007) we reported the story of Karen Gregson-Smith who was harassed into selling her motorcycle after being wrongly accused of riding in a bus lane.

Karen was sent a £100 penalty charge with a picture of a motorcycle in a bus lane with what looked like here number plate. It turned out not to be her Aprilia RS125 but a Honda CBR1000 Fireblade and one digit which looked like a D was in fact an O.

We now want to hear from other readers who have been wrongly accused as a result of number plate cloning or even mistaken identity.

Post your comments below to tell us your story. You will need to be registered with www.motorcyclenews.com to be able to use the ‘add your comment’ facility.