So, 50% off traffic fines in SA, what’s the catch, you must be asking yourself!? No catch, the good people at Fines SA simply want to give a little back this Christmas and are running a festive season special of sorts, with 50% off traffic fines.
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The Western Cape traffic authorities are even running a fines roadshow initiative for the next week (till Wednesday 6 December 2023). It’s proven so popular that it has doubled its resources in a bid to clear outstanding fines and warrants.
50% OFF TRAFFIC FINES IN SA
Fines SA is a dedicated portal to pay all your traffic fines in one safe, easy and convenient space. Getting as much as 50% off traffic fines is as simple as the following five steps:
- If you’re a first-time user simply Sign up by filling in a quick form on their website.
- From there you will be prompted to Verify your email address.
- Once completed, Visit the website to see the available discounts on offer for your outstanding fines.
- Click the Pay Now button using one of Fines SA’s many supported payment methods.
- And voila, you’ll Receive your discount – which can be upwards of 50% off traffic fines in SA – fine dependent.
A HOST OF PAYMENTS SUPPORTED
Fines SA is safe and secure with the following supported payment methods:
- QR codes
- Apple and Samsung pay
- Credit and Debit cards
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WHY SHOULD YOU TRUST FINES SA?
There are plenty of fly-by-nighters in the traffic-fine space. However, according to their website, the company has 25-years’ experience across all aspects of the motor vehicle administration. From queuing services for licence renewals, fine disputes, fleet services, to personalised number plates in South Africa, Fines SA has a lot to offer.
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