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Post by Happy-go-lucky on 29th December 2008, 19:41

Where can look up to see if you have speeding fines for any location in South Africa?
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Post by DaveS on 29th December 2008, 21:19

payfine.co.za

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Post by tj on 29th December 2008, 21:23

who cares? Wink
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Post by tj on 29th December 2008, 21:24

wait for the summons, then pay
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Post by Richard H on 29th December 2008, 22:09

Do you need to register first to read...so they know all your detail, including e-mail address?

When the summons comes, I'll give it the necessary attention! Rolling Eyes
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Post by Happy-go-lucky on 29th December 2008, 22:30

Thanx.

See only a few areas are supported currently.
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Post by GSlady on 30th December 2008, 10:25

tj wrote:who cares? Wink
wait for the summons, then pay

Me too prefer the ostrich method . .
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Post by DaveS on 30th December 2008, 11:28

I personally would not like to be in the situation when stopped at a road block that I either have to pay there and then or if I can't, have to wait for someone to bring me money to pay.

Have seen a number of these roadblocks lately where they have on the spot fine payment facilities.

But then, each to their own. Shocked

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Post by Happy-go-lucky on 30th December 2008, 12:15

GSlady wrote:Me too prefer the ostrich method . .
Ostrich steaks makes good braai meat...

I rather not get burnt at a road block, considering the last trip I was stopped twice by the cops.
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Post by tj on 30th December 2008, 22:01

You cannot get nailed at a roadblock if a summons was not issued/served previously. If your vehicles are registered correctly - at the correct address - why worry? If the powers at be are serious to collect their dues I am positive to pay my due. Otherwise let them wait, as they are doing the waiting game.
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Post by tj on 30th December 2008, 22:04

I have no problem to be stopped by guys on duty. They are on call and doing a noble job - mostly. The more they stop me the more the other scoundrels get nailed! And I love it.

Kmow your law and know your rights! And enjoy motoring!
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Post by LeRoy Olivier on 2nd January 2009, 10:37

Tend to agree with TJ - pay after you have received the summons and after you have signed for it, then keep a copy of the fine and payment in the bike at all times. Their systems might be a bit outdated.
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Post by Joe on 3rd January 2009, 09:41

I tend to pay whenever I get a ticket; they don't nab me everytime, so take your chance, pay your dues ...

Actually went onto payfine's site now to pay a fine for a pic taken of me early December, and it showed an outstanding fine from November which is still in the postal system somewhere !!
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Post by tj on 3rd January 2009, 18:53

[quote="Joe"]I tend to pay whenever I get a ticket; they don't nab me everytime, so take your chance, pay your dues ...[quote]


... and we need all the law abiding citizens we can get. We are so few! Laughing Razz Wink
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