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Fines from Enforcing Authorities

If a Member incurs a fine from an Enforcing Authority (such as the Police, Council etc), GoGet will notify the Member responsible via email. A $25 admin fee from GoGet will be added to the total amount of the fine to cover the administrative cost of allocating the fine and signing a statutory declaration.

Examples of fines include:

  • Speeding fines taken from speed cameras

  • Red light cameras

  • Parking fines allocated after your booking has ended (for example, if you return the car in the pod parked in the wrong direction, or park in a timed no stopping zone)

  • Overdue parking fines

If (after reviewing the email) you don't believe that the fine should apply to you, you can dispute it. To dispute a fine, you will need to be take it up with the Enforcing Authority who issued it in the first place. GoGet cannot dispute the fine for you, as the fine is between the driver and the Enforcing Authority.

You can view our schedule of fees here.

How to dispute a fine from an Enforcing Authority

Follow the links below to dispute your fine with the relevant Enforcing Authority:

Place of Infringement

Link

NSW/Sydney

NSW Government Revenue -

myPenalty

VIC/Melbourne

Fines Victoria

City of Melbourne - View your fine

✴️ To dispute the fine, check the website of the council who issued it

Brisbane

Brisbane city council - View your fine

✴️ To dispute the fine, check the website of the council who issued it


Fines from GoGet

GoGet may issue fines to Members if they break the rules of being a GoGet Member.

You can check out our schedule of fees here.

Disputing a fine from GoGet

If you don't understand where a fine came from, or don't believe it should apply, please get in touch.

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