vehicle licences

The Western Cape Government has asked for your opinion on  the motor vehicle licence (MVL) fee increases for 2019.

13207 active citizens have participated in this, so far

You are invited to support or object to the amendment by providing comment below. Should you be unsure, please read the live comments, media, summary or documents below.   Closing date is midnight 8 February 2019.

Have your say now.

Do you support the increase in vehicle licence fees? (view summary below)
Yes I doNo I do notNot fully

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mario
No I do not
roads are terrible,
Andre
No I do not
As always, poor management and maladministration leads to this - taxing the honest road users again with a rise way above CPI. Will all the illegal taxi's also comply to this new fees? Certainly not and nothing will be done to it!!!! The WC government is earning more and more money by raising all service deliveries costs just so that they can spend it on excessive bonuses and unnecessary high salaries for the selected few. This is not the way it should be done. This is basically corruption under cover....... No I am not supporting this.
Brian
No I do not
I'm a pensioner struggling to come put with my monthly pension and by increasing the vehicle licence fees will just worsen my financial position.
Brian
No I do not
I'm a pensioner and struggling to make a living and the increase in vehicle licence fees will just futher worsen my financial situation.
Estelle
No I do not
Poor leadership and service at most MVL offices - we can't keep increasing rates and milking SA citizens, instead of looking at leadership and cost savings first.

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