So I moved back into my parents house 2.5 years ago, and stayed their for a year and a half. During that time I never bothered to change my electoral roll details, because there was no election and it was only a temporary move (lasted a little longer than I expected), however I did change my license details with the RTA. I moved again over a year ago and changed my electoral roll and license details straight away. Have not heard a peep from the SDRO, the RTA or the sherifs office about this till today when my mum calls me saying there's a letter addressed to me at their house, with a fine of $1740 in it for failing to turn upto jury duty. After this I went down to get the mail at my house and there was a letter from the RTA suspending my drivers license for having not paid a fine. So they used the electoral roll details to summon me for jury duty and then all following correspondance about fines, extra fines for not paying the initial fine with my original address until now. Desite having changed my RTA address upon moving each time and having changed my electoral roll details over a year ago. I haven't got the details yet but according to the Sherrifs office website $1100 was the initial fine so they have slapped quite a bit on. I have also corresponded with the SDRO about another completely unrelated minor parking fine during this time. I called SDRO and they put a hold on the license suspencion (although I have unknowingly been riding and driving on a suspended license all weekend, thankfully I didn't get pulled up), I should get out of this one I hope, I was also overseas at the time of the initial summons which has to help. However, I just wanted to vent at a very stressful afternoon which came out of nowhere and warn you all to change your electoral details whenever you move. Mods, I know this isn't bike related but this seemed the best section to post in.