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Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance chairman Wayne Duvenage was called for an interview during the segment and told PowerFM that it is problematic to look at suggestions that may have been made in the report outside of the context of the report as a whole.
Duvenage said that just as the report may be suggesting that E-tolls be made compulsory it probably also suggests that an additional fuel levy could be used to finance the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project instead of open road tolling.
In order to get an e-tag you have to agree to a contract that was drawn up by SANRAL. EULA type of thing. If they make tags compulsory, can they force you into the contract? Or fine you if you are willing to accept the tag, but not the contract? Is that even legal?
Hope our resident lawyers can comment on this.