SA’s independent adjudicator of traffic infringements and fines has dismissed suggestions that the new legislation enacted to administer road traffic offences will be used to compel Gauteng drivers to pay e-toll fees.

The Road Traffic Infringement Agency said on Monday that media reports linking Aarto to the implementation of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Programme’s (GFIP) e-tolls were "misleading".

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