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Thread: E-tolls close to being scrapped

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    They should scrap the Etolls and mount average speeding cameras on all of the gantries. The money paid on speeding fines should go to SANRAL. I am sure they will be getting more than they are receiving at the moment.

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    ill belive it when I see it,

    and yes Sanral could mount average speed cameras and make a lot more money then tolling people.
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    So I can finally visit JHB without feeling violated......Great, now I can annoy 4 x4 Jhb drivers, with actual mud...
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    Quote Originally Posted by moosag View Post
    Good riddance... Will be a good victory for the public when this is scrapped..
    We are over taxed! This will be a defining moment..
    Though I agree with you, don't for a second think this won't be recuperated elsewhere
    You'll (we'll?) still be paying for this, one way or another (-_-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rakabos3 View Post
    They are raping us on taxes. We are ALL paying
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insint View Post
    They should scrap the Etolls and mount average speeding cameras on all of the gantries. The money paid on speeding fines should go to SANRAL. I am sure they will be getting more than they are receiving at the moment.
    How does replacing one corrupt tax with another solve anything.
    And my fines and etoll statements go into the same bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orbiter View Post
    mmm. wonder if the paying users can request a refund...
    Those people signed a little something called "Terms and Conditions".
    They "agreed" to the terms and conditions, thus agreeing to pay those e-tolls.
    Whereas the rest of us Resistance folk did not sign that crap.
    Power to the e-toll resistance!

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    I often wonder whether the delays on scrapping something like this is due to planning sessions on how to avoid recourse from those who have already paid (and are still paying) for e-Tolls, especially trucking companies and car-rental agencies.
    Quote Originally Posted by krusty22 View Post
    Those people signed a little something called "Terms and Conditions".
    They "agreed" to the terms and conditions, thus agreeing to pay those e-tolls.
    Whereas the rest of us Resistance folk did not sign that crap.
    Power to the e-toll resistance!
    I guess that answered my curiosity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by system32 View Post
    I'm happy to financially support OUTA and amaBhungane regardless of etolls.
    Same here, will keep on funding them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Farquart View Post
    Same here, will keep on funding them.
    I will also keep on funding them, just pointing out that the "need" will reduce once etolls are gone. Then we can actually use OUTA to fight other pressing matters like ring fencing part of the fuel levy for road upgrades and new road development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rietrot View Post
    How does replacing one corrupt tax with another solve anything.
    And my fines and etoll statements go into the same bin.
    Speeding fines are not a tax. It's people not obeying the law by speeding. It's a punishment.

    Besides most people won't get fines in heavy traffic because it would be difficult to maintain the high average speed.

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    Meh, makes no difference in my life - it's as though they never existed anyway to me just some weird purple light I drive under every once in a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sl8er View Post
    Bet all those people who paid e-tolls are feeling real good about this right about now
    every tax paying citizen in the country?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ambroseg1 View Post
    every tax paying citizen in the country?
    Pretty much, but think about those folks now...knowing that not only did they pay once, but they're going to have to pay again.

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    And fuel price going to be hiked again because of this.

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