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    WHAT IS AN INFRINGEMENT NOTICE?

    An infringement notice is commonly known as a traffic ticket. It is a notice issued by an issuing authority letting an alleged infringer know that they have contravened a traffic law. An infringement notice can either be written and issued to an alleged infringer on the side of the road or ot can be an electronic infringement issued to an alleged infringer through via mail.

    WHERE CAN I PAY FOR YOUR AARTO INFRINGEMENT FINE?

    You can pay for your AARTO infringement/fine at any:

    Cash payments can be made at
    • ABSA
    • Post office
    • Relevant issuing authorities; and
    • Checkers, Shoprite, SPAR, Usave


    Online payment can be made through
    • FNB
    • Standard Bank
    • ABSA
    • www.payfine.co.za
    • www.aarto.gov.za

    All you need is your 16 digit infringement notice number as a reference number.

     

    Read

    PDF File  AARTO7-Nomination of driver
    PDF File  AARTO4-Application to pay in instalments
    PDF File  AARTO10-Election to be tried in court
    PDF File  AARTO14-Revocation of enforcement order
    PDF File  AARTO8-Representation

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