'It's a bad idea, it won't work' - Readers respond to Aarto Bill

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Cape Town - On Monday, Wheels24 reported on the progress of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Bill.

The controversial bill moved a step closer to implementation in South Africa since it was passed at the National Assembly in September 2017 and currently many provinces are inviting the public to raise their concerns.

One of the biggest amendments is the proposed driver demerit system. 

AARTO update - 'Last chance for SA motorists to speak up' - JPSA

JPSA national chairman Howard Dembovsky says: "The AARTO Amendment Bill, 2015 has received quite a bit of attention from Parliament and was passed in the National Assembly on September 5 2017. That Bill is currently with the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) and it has become apparent that it is now receiving attention from the various provincial legislatures." 

Readers respond

We asked Wheels24 readers what they think of the AARTO Amendment Bill? 




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