OUTA Warns People Against SANRAL

OUTA warns Gauteng e-toll road users to think before being ‘seduced’ by roads agency SANRAL’s latest offer to register for e-tags

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) has warned Gauteng e-toll road users to think before being ‘seduced’ by roads agency SANRAL’s latest offer to register for e-tags.
 
In a press statement, OUTA spokesperson, John Clarke, points out that, “SANRAL is desperate to get the over 1.3 million non-compliant freeways users to play on their turf by signing their terms and conditions.”
 
OUTA’s comments follow SANRAL’s announcement that the grace period for e-toll road users to settle their accounts and benefit from the discount had been extended.
 
To read the article titled, “Don't let SANRAL seduce you: OUTA,” click here.

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