The Road Traffic infringement Agency (RTIA) would like to announce its payment platform partnerships with Checkers,
Shoprite, Spar and Usave which will go live on Tuesday, 3 May 2016. The agreement increases the Agency’s national
pay point footprint by about 2666.
ATTENTION: All news editors/transport journalists
DATE ISSUED: 28 April 2016
OVER 2660 MORE PAYMENT PLATFORMS FOR AARTO FINES - MAKING PAYMENT CONVENIENT.
The addition of these national retail payment platforms makes payment more convenient for motorists who do not have
bank accounts, internet access or cell phone banking to settle their AARTO fines countrywide and it is a crucial step in
the Agency’s preparations for a seamless national implementation of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic
Offences (AARTO). This move also brings the Agency closer to achieving its mandate of creating an integrated national traffic penalty management system. The date of the national implementation of AARTO will be announced by the Minister of Transport.
To pay AARTO fines at Checkers, Shoprite, Spar and Usave all you need is your infringement notice number. You can
either have the cashier scan your infringement notice or quote the notice number that appears on your ticket.
Supermarkets are only able to take the 50% discounted penalty amount enjoyed by motorists who pay their fines
within 32 days of issue or the full penalty amount. Payments made at supermarkets will reflect on the eNaTis
Tel: 086 1227 861 or E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Issued by: The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)
Media Enquiries: Ms Zukisa Nduneni (Spokesperson)
Telephone: 063 407 4545
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