According to ETC (the company collecting e-tolls fines), motorists won't be able to sell their cars if they still have outstanding fines.
702/CapeTalk's Stephen Grootes on Thursday spoke to the chairman of Justice Project, Howard Dembovsky, on the recent developments regarding the issue.
Listen to the interview below:
In the next two weeks, people will start getting summons with respect to their outstanding debt on e-tolls and they will go to court, etc.— Howard Dembovsky, Justice Project chairman
This story about vehicle listing, and how you are going to be prejudiced so you won't be able to sell your car is an interesting claim to be made.— Howard Dembovsky, Justice Project chairman
There is no law in this country at the moment that makes provision for this.— Howard Dembovsky, Justice Project chairman
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