E-tolls are legal: Sanral

The South African National Roads Agency has disputed claims from the FF Plus that all e-toll cameras are illegal.

According to the FF Plus, the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) told it that the e-toll system had not been certified in terms of the Legal Metrology Act.

The Legal Metrology Act is the same law that requires speed cameras to be calibrated and certified before they can be used.

After receiving the confirmation from the NRCS, the FF Plus lodged a complaint with the National Consumer Commission, and went public with the information.

Sanral communications manager Vusi Mona said the reports on the legality of e-tolls and its billing system are false.

“Should the Consumer Commission or any other regulatory authority investigate this, Sanral will as always cooperate with such investigation or enquiry,” said Mona.

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