AARTO bill

The Department of Transport invites you to comment on the on the draft Regulations developed to govern the implementation of the Administrative Adjudication of the Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Act.

3183 active citizens had a say

This is a NEW call for comment (on the published regulations), if you commented previously on the AARTO Amendment Bill, please comment on these regulations – which are inconsistent with the Constitution and are likely to result in further legal challenges.

Call for comments opened 11 October 2019.
Comment no later than Sunday10 November 2019.

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    Do you support the AARTO Bill (see summary)
    Yes I doNo I do notNot fully

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    PUBLIC INPUT displaying latest 5

    Yolanda
    No I do not
    Tharanya
    No I do not
    I will not pay even more money to the government and to AARTO when the government cannot even administer my current taxes without FRAUDULENT MINISTERS.
    Marius
    Not fully
    Why must the consumer be charged R100 .00 more and the the drivers of vehicles are not obey the road markings and passes on double lines but that is fine just 100.00 more . This is totally not accepted and or constitutional. The National road safety Council cannot manage and or control the current situation how will they do the extra. there is no road enforcement what so ever. First sort out driver license fraud and no driving licenses and then taxis that can stop everywhere to drop and pick up commuters. Why K53 if road rules and signs are ignored.. Why must I renew my drivers license every 5 years???? and those with false licenses are driving year in and out with false licenses. Etoll was born dead and will not work in a corrupt society.
    Tshepo
    No I do not
    the government of South Africa has become corrupt and by amending the bill to charge citizen for politicians greedy by using the law to force us to pay for roads we already pay with heavy petrol levies and food levies .I do not consent to the bill to be changed in any way of form.
    Hein
    No I do not

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