Sanral has new e-toll tactics

25 February 2016 - 08:14 By Penwell Dlamini

Selling your car to an individual or a dealer is going to be harder as a new process that will enable the buyer to know if the vehicle has outstanding e-tolls is being developed.Yesterday, Electronic Toll Collection - the company established to collect money on behalf of the SA National Roads Agency - outlined its strategies to recover the billions of rands in e-toll fees that have not been paid.

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