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    AARTO Act is still in effect

    The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) has warned road users that the provisions of the Administrative Adjudication of the Road Traffic Offences AARTO Act are still enforceable until the High Court in Pretoria judgment declaring the Act unconstitutional and invalid is confirmed by the Constitutional Court. Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse chief executive Wayne Duvenage confirmed on Tuesday his organisation was in the process of filing an application to the Constitutional Court to confirm the high court ruling. The RTIA also reminded road users to take advantage of the AARTO elective options to resolve their AARTO fines. Elective options contained in the Act include:
    *Receiving a 50% discount if the infringement is paid within 32 days of receipt of the notice;
    *Submitting a representation to dispute an AARTO infringement;
    *Nominating the driver in control of the vehicle to transfer the infringement;
    *Submitting an application to pay in instalments if the fine s exceed R750; and
    *Electing to be tried in court.

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