‘Motorists should defend themselves if summoned over unpaid e-tolls’
The electronic toll collection company says it's preparing to serve summons within the next two weeks.
The electronic toll collection company says it is preparing to serve summons within the next two weeks to users who have refused to pay their e-toll bills.
It says it will also list vehicles with outstanding bills, meaning cars won't be able to be sold without the balance being paid.
The organisation's Howard Dembovsky says there are a number of issues motorists must question if they receive a summons.
"It would make enormous sense for anybody who receives the summon to defend it. Anybody who's received a threat by SMS or email should actually ask those who are sending these threats to provide proof that the equipment used is legally complaint."