This online short course provides an update on the latest AARTO legislation planned for rollout on 1 July 2021.
AARTO introduces an administrative charging system for alleged infringers as well as a Points Demerit System that aims to change the behaviour of road users to ensure compliance with the road rules and the creation of a safer road environment. It also explains the differences between the criminal procedure system that is currently in place in the country apart from Tshwane and Johannesburg, where the AARTO system already applies.
Course duration: 2 weeks
Course format: Self-paced tutorials and forum discussion with author
Course material included: AARTO Information Document PDF version
Note: Your course link and login details will be sent through the morning after purchase on this eStore.
1. - The general purpose of AARTO
2. - The objectives of the Act
4. - The relationship between the AARTO Act and road traffic and transport legislation
5. - The role of the Road Traffic Infringement Agency/Authority (RTIA)
6. - The role of traffic departments (Issuing Authorities)
7. - The relationship between the Criminal Procedure System (CPA) and AARTO
8. - The processes in the adjudication process of the AARTO Act
9. - Representations on traffic infringements
10. - Nominations of drivers responsible for infringements with company vehicles
11. - Service of AARTO notices
12. - The Demerit Point System
13. - The effect of the system on vehicle owners, juristic persons who own vehicles and operators
14. - Duties in relation to drivers and operators
15. - The risks involved in non-compliance with procedures and nomination of drivers to companies
AARTO Information Document 2020R563.37
Lex Patria Road Traffic & Road Transport Legislation / Padverkeer en Padvervoerwetgewing – Main BinderRelease Date: June 15, 2000R2,476.97
Lex Patria Road Traffic & Road Transport Legislation / Padverkeer en Padvervoerwetgewing – Volume IVRelease Date: June 15, 2000R1,981.58