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Three-quarters of Gauteng motorists call for an alternative to e-tolls

[Johannesburg, 25 May 2015] - In a study conducted by Ipsos prior to the announcement of the new e-toll dispensation, the vast majority of Gauteng motorists (74%) were of the opinion that the government should find an alternative to the e-toll system in Gauteng.

"It is therefore not very surprising that the news of the fee reduction has not been more positively received," states Mari Harris, Director of Public Affairs at Ipsos. "This will be compounded by the possibility of being unable to renew your vehicle's licence in the case of unpaid toll fees."

This study was conducted in April 2015 as part of the Khayabus (Ipsos' Omnibus) project.
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Three-quarters of Gauteng motorists call for an alternative to e-tolls

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