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Gonna have to adjust contract to state you are liable for traffic tickets and charge to credit card after or take a deposit of say 3k to cover possible infringements and then refund a few days after the rental once they can confirm no automated tickets generated.timothymcdavid wrote:Honestly I dont see how this thing is supposed to work for company cars and rented cars ... How can they fine someone remotely if they cant ID the driver I can see this going to court real fast and losing as well.
Driver caught switching lanes without indication or discretion: Six demerit points.
Following too close to the vehicle in front – careless driving: Six demerit points.
Failure to provide a specimen of breath or blood: 14 demerit points.
Driver who is caught under the influence: Nine demerit points.
Failure to comply with a traffic sign or notice: $1,000 fine and three demerit points.
Exceeding speed limit by 31km/hr or more: $3,000 fine and six demerit points.
Driving while disqualified from holding/obtaining a driver’s permit: 14 demerit points.
The Ministry of Works and Transport website says where there is no fixed-penalty fine stipulated, this is an offence or violation that is not subject to the fixed penalty traffic ticketing system. In that case, demerit points will be recorded only upon conviction by a court.
To do that..you must have real time surveillance.Gem_in_i wrote:Is there demerit points for driving continuously on the right lane of Highway?
I rather this than property tax tbhshake d livin wake d dead wrote:if they can't get your $$ through property taxes, they will surely get it here
shake d livin wake d dead wrote:if they can't get your $$ through property taxes, they will surely get it here
Kickstart wrote:Police will abuse this. Soon tickets will dish out for bogus defective tyres .
dougla_boy wrote:No, the have things in place to avoid that, and you can contest your ticket in court, there if that optionKickstart wrote:Police will abuse this. Soon tickets will dish out for bogus defective tyres .
dougla_boy wrote:This is a very stupid statement. The reasoning behind the fines is to encourage people to drive better and less police resources to traffic offences......shake d livin wake d dead wrote:if they can't get your $$ through property taxes, they will surely get it here
The_Honourable wrote:The Demerit Points System will be used to utilized to monitor, track and improve the road behaviour of drivers. It was conceived and implemented as a part of this transformative traffic system.
The table below highlights a listing of traffic violations and offences that carry Demerit Points under the Ninth Schedule located under the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act.