So September's looking like being an expensive month. 7 years of holding a Victorian license and it has been clean until this month. checking the letter box yesterday and I was greeted with 2 camera fines. I also know there is another on the way from last weekend too. Not bitching 'cos they are all a fair cop. All are in the single demerit point range. Had I been pulled over by an officer I would expect (possibly incorrectly) that my driving history would be taken into account and so long as I didn't behave like a total tard, at least the first time I would have been given a warning and sent on my way. So I'm wondering if anyone has managed to have their first camera fine overturned solely on the strength of a good previous history. I've had a read of the 'internal review' policy on the vicpol site and it's all worded very positively and gives me hope, but I'm after some first hand experience from anyone who has successfuly had one or more infringements removed through this process Option 2 is just to suck it up but if there is a chance to reduce the overall expenditure, I'm always keen to not throw money away. Thanks in advance.