Ofentse Mokwena | Should AARTO reward good road users more?

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Ofentse Mokwena. (Supplied)
Ofentse Mokwena. (Supplied)

As things stand, the only reward for being a good road user is a shared benefit, and our new policy environment reads like an angry school principal who refuses to allow teachers to give children as stars when they are doing well, says Ofentse Mokwena.

Has anyone been stopped by a traffic officer to receive a tip, rather than a fine? At face value, the only reward for being a good road user is a shared benefit - everyone is safer because of this.

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