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    How said someone else on the forum? E-toll can suck my toll-E.

    I'm planning a different road for the short while E-toll is expected to work. Also, if you don't have a tag, how are you expected to receive a bill? Pictures of my number plate? Licence disc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxxyc View Post
    How said someone else on the forum? E-toll can suck my toll-E.

    I'm planning a different road for the short while E-toll is expected to work. Also, if you don't have a tag, how are you expected to receive a bill? Pictures of my number plate? Licence disc?
    Same way you receive your traffic tickets I would imagine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Springer View Post
    Same way you receive your traffic tickets I would imagine.
    and we all know how well that is managed.

    I've heard various people talking about ways to mess with the e-tolling, from hacking the servers to ways to mask plates, to suggesting copper thieves hit the gantries.

    The simple act of non-compliance alone will cause it to fail. Passive resistance, as advocated by Gandhi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Springer View Post
    Same way you receive your traffic tickets I would imagine.
    So, the gantry takes a pic of your number plate. What if you drive too close to the car in front of you? It won't be able to take a pic from above as the angle won't allow a proper view of the number plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxxyc View Post
    So, the gantry takes a pic of your number plate. What if you drive too close to the car in front of you? It won't be able to take a pic from above as the angle won't allow a proper view of the number plate.
    Come on Toxxyc be a good citizen and buy a Tag

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    Quote Originally Posted by fivefivesix View Post
    Have a sunroof, buckshot...will travel..lets practise tactical vehicle moves on the gantries. .lol
    Dude, if any gantries get shot out, guess who's door the cops will be knocking on first?

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    fivefivesix, keep this going and your next ban will not be temporary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skaaphaas View Post
    fivefivesix, keep this going and your next ban will not be temporary.
    And the voice of reason beat me to it :)

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    Default Re: Gauteng E-tolls

    So I geuss I need one of those temporary permit crap since I will be driving to the airport from Rustenburg. Or perhaps I will just wait for my fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruaanfs View Post
    So I geuss I need one of those temporary permit crap since I will be driving to the airport from Rustenburg. Or perhaps I will just wait for my fine.
    Not being in Gauteng I have only listened to the fallout from the planning and not given much thought to the implications of not having a disc. But the way I understand this is as follows; It is not illegal not to purchase a tag, it is a suggestion that motorists buy one to benefit from the lower rate. Merely not having a disc is not punishable. You still get billed but at a higher rate. Failing to pay that bill will expose you to action to recover outstanding due fees. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

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