How To Assess AARTO Fines
5 Top Tips on How to assess a AARTO notice of infringement Letter (AARTO 03) for Speeding
1. Check if the AARTO Traffic Fine was issued within the 30 days from the date the traffic offense was recorded.
2. Is the Date and Time correctly printed?
3. Is the vehicle in question facing the correct direction (eg. North or South) indicated on the AARTO traffic fine?
4. Is there a clear visible picture of the entire vehicle?
5. Did the area where the offense originated have a “Speed Camera Warning” sign prior to the position of the speed trap?
These are a just a few examples of a long list of prerequisites of rules that the traffic police and AARTO must adhere to when speed trapping. Often they miss something on the check list which instantly makes the Traffic fine invalid and illegal to prosecute.
For more information on how to assess your speeding fines, please check out the Traffic Fine Assessment Kit for more details on how to get your AARTO and Traffic Fines cancelled legally.
The Assessment Kit covers all the legal aspects of AARTO and Normal issued speeding fines. It has both technical and proven arguments for you to use to get your fines cancelled legally.
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