SANRAL e-Tolls

E-TOLL UPDATE: THAT LEGAL CHALLENGE IS SLOWLY PROGRESSING

On one side, batches of text messages with debt collection warnings are repeatedly sent in a war of attrition against motorists who don’t pay Gauteng e-tolls. On the other side, OUTA’s long-awaited battle over the constitutionality of e-tolls is slowly heading for court. These are different tools in the e-tolls war and both are set to continue for a very long time, even years.

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THE E-TOLL COURT CHALLENGE

The introduction of e-tolls in Gauteng in 2013, has been the subject of significant attention and a long court battle, headed up by OUTA. Herewith a summary and overview of the litigation unfolding.

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WHY TARGET
E-TOLLS?

Why OUTA is challenging SANRAL’s irrational and unreasonable e-Tolling of Gauteng’s Freeways.

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WHAT ARE OUR MAIN ISSUES & CONCERNS WITH
E-TOLLS?

What is the big deal? Doesn’t tolling generate revenue for road maintenance?

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HOW IS OUTA TACKLING
E-TOLLS?

OUTA and its supporters have embarked on a course of legal action to challenge the e-Toll implementation.

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THE OUTA E-TOLL DEFENCE UMBRELLA

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Supporting businesses and individuals who are afraid of prosecution for their resistance against e-tolls.

OUTA’s E-toll Defence Umbrella aims to defend every case of e-toll prosecution within OUTA’s contributing supportership base, if any of their supporters were to be prosecuted for non-payment of e-tolls, know that this kind of defence is significantly beyond the budget, time and abilities of businesses or individuals.
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By joining OUTA you will automatically benefit from the e-Toll defence umbrella

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WHAT IS E-TOLLING

Why OUTA is challenging SANRAL’s irrational and unreasonable e-Tolling of Gauteng’s Freeways.

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THE FUEL LEVY

What is the big deal? Doesn’t tolling generate revenue for road maintenance?

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