“Even if one million motorists decided to use the highways without etags every day, and we received one million e-toll bills per day, our systems would be able to handle it,” said Newyear Ntuli, group head of e-business at Sapo, Beeld newspaper reported on Thursday.
Last week, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters announced that e-tolling in Gauteng would begin on December 3.
Road users without an e-toll account, or a day pass, have a seven-day grace period to pay from the time he or she passed the gantry. A bill would be sent through the post if the account is not paid within seven days.
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