OUTA Slams Gazetted e-Toll Tariffs

OUTA likens the new gazetted e-toll dispensation regulations to a new painting coat over the same rusty broken vehicle

Simply painting a new coat over the same rusty broken vehicle and trying to sell it as a new car.

That’s how the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) has described the new gazetted e-toll dispensation regulations.

In May, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, announced a raft of new e-toll dispensations, including that e-toll fees would be capped at 30 cents a kilometre and, controversially, that payment would be linked to vehicle licence renewals.

To read the article titled, “New e-toll tariffs as bad as the old,” click here

Source: 
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