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Thread: Only 30% of e-tolls have been paid over two years

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    Only 30% of e-tolls have been paid over two years

    Only 30% of motorists paid their e-toll invoices over the past two years, according to a report by Fin24.

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    I'm actually surprised it's that high.

    I'm glad to be part of the 70%.
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    I wonder if the Guptas have infiltrated SANRAL? Anyone know

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_MAC View Post
    I wonder if the Guptas have infiltrated SANRAL? Anyone know
    Nope, its the Austrians' game with the e-tollies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninji View Post
    Nope, its the Austrians' game with the e-tollies.
    Only the Austrians?

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    I doubt that the 30% even covers the costs of running the computer systems, staff, postal costs, gantry maintenance, etc.

    When SCAMRAL going to realize that eTolls don't work in ZA and replace this with levy.

    I suspect the 30% are the car rental and govt/metro departments.
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    that's 30% too much.
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    E-toll payers fall into three broad categories:

    * Immigrants, from Zimbabwe and others, who are here on a work permit and don't want to have any risk of being deported. So they pay!

    * Old people, still in the DF Malan mindset, that, when the government says jump, they jump

    * Rich, tax dodgers, who want to keep a low profile as possible- they put the e-tag in the car. Even though its chump change for them, they don't want any record of non-compliance with anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninji View Post
    E-toll payers fall into three broad categories:

    * Immigrants, from Zimbabwe and others, who are here on a work permit and don't want to have any risk of being deported. So they pay!

    * Old people, still in the DF Malan mindset, that, when the government says jump, they jump

    * Rich, tax dodgers, who want to keep a low profile as possible- they put the e-tag in the car. Even though its chump change for them, they don't want any record of non-compliance with anything.
    Large companies pay it as well.

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    That is outside of companies, I should have mentioned I am referring to individuals.

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    30% feels a bit much IMHO....
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_MAC View Post
    I wonder if the Guptas have infiltrated SANRAL? Anyone know
    This is a bit interesting:


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