Apr 12, 2012
No need to re-register for e-toll – SanralBack
Road|Roads|South African National Roads Agency Limited|System|E-tags|E-toll|E-tolling
Sanral this week announced that it will issue revised terms and conditions for road users who register for the e-tolling system, which will come into operation at the end of April.
The agency said the new terms and conditions have taken into consideration the concerns and recommendations made by the public on the matter. The announcement sparked speculation that those who have already registered for their e-tags may need to re-register.
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