Outstanding e-tolls, no car licence – Sanral tells government to clamp down

ttygt

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#8
African Roulette.

Driving without driving license and licensed vehicle.

But with a few pink ones in the cubbyhole.........
 

The_Unbeliever

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...and by not paying our vehicle licences, even less money will be available for road maintenance, and they will insists on more toll roads if that happens.
 

Peon

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I like this. Sanral cant and wont win. Govt gets put in a corner they cant get out of either. Meaning if they enforce the license ban then its going to cost them even more votes and support.

Ali express & Co can proceed.
 

kooldude

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#11
They want to make more people criminals by doing this. I can already see how nicely this is going to work for the state.
 

krycor

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It's also illegal to drive a vehicle without a licence plate, not pay fines, speeding, not obeying road rules etc but government has not clamped down on these so why should SANRAL tolls be allowed to have a higher priority than these ? I mean the others have a direct influence on lives on the road..
 

evilstebunny

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It's also illegal to drive a vehicle without a licence plate, not pay fines, speeding, not obeying road rules etc but government has not clamped down on these so why should SANRAL tolls be allowed to have a higher priority than these ? I mean the others have a direct influence on lives on the road..
True, but the other stuff doesn't pad the wallets of connected cadres.

Payment is at an all-time low so people are giving government the finger, royally, but I'm curious to see how people are going to respond to more threats. I hope angrily..
 

Swa

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The more threats they make the less people pay, so good that you're opening your mouth again Alie. It's unconstitutional to use one law to enforce another.
 

skeptic_SA

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If a cement truck can accidentally bring down a pedestrian bridge... Imagine what a stolen one could do to a toll gantry. And imagine what a hero the driver would become.

#JustSaying :whistling:
 

Insint

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I wonder how many votes the ANC is prepared to lose for the failed etolls, seems like millions. Not that our president would be able to read the number correctly.
 
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