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    New road laws hit South Africa – questions still need to be answered

    The planned roll-out of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) is scheduled for national implementation on 1 July 2021, but the Automobile Association (AA) says too many questions remain unanswered.

    The association said among the issues which have not been clarified is whether or not motorists will, from 1 July, be receiving Aarto infringement notices, or if they’ll still be receiving the standard fines, as is the case currently.

    The AA noted that the last public pronouncement on Aarto was on 19 May 2021 when the director-general of the Department of Transport, Alec Moemi, briefed the National Council of Province’s Select Committee on Transport, Public Service and Administration, Public Works and Infrastructure about the Department of Transport’s Annual Performance Plan.



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