If you've received a fine for an offence committed by another driver in your vehicle, you can nominate that person as the driver responsible for the offence.
If you intend to do this, do not pay the fine. You must nominate the person responsible before the due date shown on your notice.
If the fine is for an excessive speed offence, you must act quickly. Your nomination must be made within 28 days of the date the infringement notice was issued or your licence will be suspended or cancelled.
It is an offence to knowingly provide false or misleading information in a Nomination Statement.
Individuals can be fined more than $9,000 and lose their driver licence.
Companies can be fined more than $18,000.
A nomination will not be accepted if:
Please note: failure to keep a record of who was driving the vehicle at the time of the offence is not an adequate excuse.
You can view road safety camera images, but it may not be possible see the driver of the vehicle when viewing these images.
Complete the Nomination Statement on the reverse side of your fine or download, print and complete the Nomination Statement.
If you've received a fine from Transport Safety Victoria, download, print and complete the TSV Nomination Statement.
Send your completed form to Civic Compliance Victoria®:
Civic Compliance Victoria®GPO Box 1916Melbourne VIC 3001
Civic Compliance Victoria®(03) 9200 8009
Civic Compliance Victoria®Ground Floor, 277 William St,Melbourne(open 8am-6pm, Monday-Friday, except public holidays)
You'll be notified in writing.
If you have any questions about the nomination process, contact Civic Compliance Victoria® on 03 9200 8111 or 1300 369 819 (regional callers) between 8am and 9pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays.