vehicle licences

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

13145 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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Fadia
No I do not
We are facing high volumes of unemployment & poverty with everyday increases , we simply cannot afford more expences
Jea
No I do not
Dit is onnodig. Ons betaal reeds belasting s. Vat en baie duur vir ons voertuie. Ek is n sukkelende Senior Burger.
Vivian
No I do not
People are already struggling with high water cost, high electricity, high travel cost. I think this is horribly unfair because we don't really know if the money is used for legitimate purposes . We have no accountability within government structures. Everyone plunders, takes, steals and the taxpayer just keeps paying.
I SAY NO.
letitia
No I do not
Everyone is already struggling and everything goes up and up but the salary stays the same
Ahmed Sirajudeen
No I do not
Keep it at its current rate or lower. It's not the suitable time for increase.

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