administrative adjudication of road traffic offences (aarto)

  1. Jan

    Outa begins legal fight to stop AARTO

    Legal fight to stop driver's licence points demerit system in South Africa Civil action group Outa has launched its court battle against the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act.
  2. Jan

    Speedsters getting a free pass in Johannesburg and Pretoria - report

    Big speeding fine problems in Gauteng The Johannesburg and Tshwane metro police departments have not issued any traffic fines for speed infringements caught on camera in more than three months.
  3. Jan

    Outa warns that Aarto will fail just like E-tolls

    South Africa’s new driver’s licence points demerit system will fail like E-tolls If South Africa’s roads authorities press on with the rollout of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) without making revisions, it will fail just like E-tolls. This is the warning from...
  4. Jan

    What you should know about new traffic fine rules kicking in on 1 July

    New traffic fine rules kick in on 1 July — what you should know The Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act will be implemented in five phases, each lasting around three months, starting on 1 July 2021. Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) spokesperson Monde Mkalipi...
  5. QuintonB

    Enforcing e-toll compliance impossible: DA

    Nobody will pay e-tolls: DA If Aarto’s fine collection rate is anything to go by, SANRAL will not be able to enforce compliance with e-tolls, the DA has argued.
  6. jes

    AARTO website hack: are you at risk?

    AARTO website hack: are you at risk? The Road Traffic Management Corporation responds to queries about the recent hack of the AARTO website.
  7. jes

    AARTO website hacked

    AARTO website hacked The website for AARTO has been hacked and replaced with a trophy screen
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