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    Long-distance taxi drivers educated on AARTO

    Most long distance taxi drivers based in Polokwane, say they aren't aware of all the traffic fines issued in accordance with the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences AARTO Act of 1998. They made this statement as officials of the Road Traffic Infringement Agency RTIA visited the Polokwane long distance taxi rank on June 24 for a public awareness campaign about the implementation of AARTO. The RTIA is the custodian of the AARTO Act, that facilitates a point demerit system for violations of traffic law. The senior communications officer of RTIA, Ramson Masipa told Polokwane Observer that almost all drivers who consulted with their officials at the Polokwane long distance taxi rank had more than one fine that they had not paid, nor appeared before court to mitigate a reduction or complete scrapping thereof.

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