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What is Aarto?

Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Act No. 46 of 1998 was approved by Parliament in 1998, amongst other reason, to forge a closer and more effective and efficient link between enforcement and the adjudication process of road traffic contraventions and offences.

AARTO brings with it parity of fines which will encourage the road using public to take traffic offences and resulting fines much more seriously. It also brings with it improved fine collection procedures and a revenue stream that will be used for improving road safety; as well as more convenient ways of paying fines and more penalties for not paying within the prescribed time, eventually leading to confiscation of movable property and ultimately to being declared unfit to operate a motor vehicle.

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