vehicle licences

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

13213 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.

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

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LIVE COMMENT FEED

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lou
No I do not
PLEASE AS A SASSA PENSIONER THEIR IS NO ROOM FOR INCREASE AND WITH THE PRICE OF PETROL ALREADY A UP AND DOWN IT DOES NO LEAVE US ANY ROOM TO BREATH ??????
Robert
Yes I do
Cars are a luxury. I think we must charge more for heavier vehicles that don't have high occupancy. If you want a large SUV you should pay more!
Gregory
No I do not
as it stands we are one of the regions that pays the highest car and truck license already why must we pay more than all the other regions again enough is enough you bleeding us dry and we the pensioners cant afford all of this no more slow down we vote you you in to look after us not over tax and rip us off
Moegamat
No I do not
it is the most expensive fee over all other provinces
Ernest
No I do not
we all just seem to continue increasing the cost of living in every way and we need to be reducing the costs, before its too late!

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