Peters encourages motorist to buy e-tags

By Drum Digital
01 December 2013

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters is calling on all motorists, particularly those in Gauteng, to use the remaining day and hours to register for electronic tolling which goes live on 3 December 2013.

Peters has commended those who have already registered and are in possession of their tags for doing the right thing.

More than 21 000 people have registered since the Minister announced the commencement date of tolling.

She says in the midst of anti-tolling campaigns, motorists have still gone out in their numbers to prove that they are law abiding citizens.

SANRAL indicates that in excess of 735 000 tags have been sold up to now.

"All you need in R49.95 to obtain your tag. This amount will be credited back to your e-toll account once you are registered. You can visit one of SANRAL's e-toll outlets located in some shopping centers and off-ramps across Gauteng and get registered or simply buy a tag at Shoprite, Pick n Pay, Spar and CAN and call 0800 SANRAL (726 725) to get registered,” said Peters.


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