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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.
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
Danilo
No I do not
This feels more like a way to generate more revenue that improving road safety. Motorists should also not be fined 3 times for a fine: R100 admin, fine and demerits. It's unconstitutional to take away the motorist right to fair representation in court and replace it with a governing body that not only is tasked with administration of the fine but also to oversee disputes of which the very same governing body is funded by the fines they administer. It's unethical and corrupt. Preventing motorists from renewing thier licenced due to unpaid etoll fines is also unethical as the system was never agreed to and should not be enforced on the public that refuse it.
Ashleigh
No I do not
This act seems more as a way to create more revenue than help improve the safety of our roads. Road safety is a serious problem in this country and this new act in my opinion does not do enough to help make the roads safer for all South Africans. E-tolls have clearly failed and are sparking a large tax revolt and this is only a burden that people in Gauteng have to face. This is not a fair practice as we get taxed twice for having cars, however, public transport is not safe or efficient so there is no other alternative.
Cornel
No I do not
Greedy basturds
Gary
No I do not
Gene
No I do not
Earl
No I do not
Catherine
No I do not