Hi, Hopefully some of you may be able to help! My sister has wrongly been sent a penalty notice for not paying the London congestion charge. It's for £40, rising to £80/£120. She was not in London on the day in question and has never driven to London! Her new car which was registered in July 2003 only has 500 miles on the clock and a round trip from her home to London would be around 130 miles - a quarter of her total mileage to date! She works part-time but unfortunately not on the day in question so can't get a letter from her employer to say she was not in London. It would appear there is a problem with the Automatic Number Plate Recognition technology as in it's not 100% accurate. Is it simply your word against there's? Do the cameras just take the numberplate or a pic of the back of the car which would prove it one way or another? If you end up involving a solicitor, it would probably cost more than the fine? Any ideas?