Not looking for sympathy here, just some advice. I appear to have been clocked going through a red light with the penalty details below: Proceed through red traffic light - camera detected - individual Its worth $397 and 3 points which is way more than I would have expected. I'm usually quite careful however on this particular day there were some unfortunate circumstances that had seen me pushing my CBR600rr up hills and trying to clutch start it for the hour prior. It turned out to be an electrical issue involving the stator and regulator rectifier. Essentially the battery was dead and the voltage was so low that the electrics would barely work at all. I got it running so I decided to put some faith in it after warming it up and try to get to work because I didnt want to leave it miles away from home (had stayed at my girlfriends place the night before). If i'm honest I dont actually recall running the red light which was less than 1km in to the trip but thats probably because I was concentrating on keeping the thing going. So I guess my question here is: Do I have any grounds to dispute this? I have all the receipts for the mechanical work getting it back in running order. Would it be a complete waste of time writing in and saying I actually broke down as I went across the lights? Its highly likely that this was the case anyway, it did cut out a few time and I had to use my momentum to clutch start some life back in to it. Thoughts?