I live in Colorado. In January (2017) I was visiting my son in Phoenix and drove his car in the city of Phoenix. Last week he got a photo radar citation in the mail with my picture as the driver of his car that day. Does he have to name me? And what happens to him if he does not name me?
When this happens in Colorado, the owner of the car is not obligated to name the driver, and only needs to check the box that says, "This is not me", enclose a copy of his or her driver's license, and send it in. That happened to me here in Colorado about a year ago, and I haven't heard a word since. Is it the same in Arizona or does my son need to rat on me?
Suggest you repost this in the vehicle and traffic section. Also, usually best to have an attorney representing you. Good luck.
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Your son is not required to name the driver of the vehicle. He has 3 options on the back of the ticket. One of the options is for him to check that driver was not him and send a copy of his driver's license with his reply.
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