Submit your AARTO infringement notice/s for inspection.
Having a professional inspect your infringement notice for validity.
When an infringement notice is issued to you, it must comply with a number of provisions under AARTO, the National Road Traffic Act and, where the notice is with respect to electronic or speed enforcement, the TCSP guidelines and SANS 1795. It must also be compliant with the class of vehicle that was being driven at the time.
JPSA offers these services to companies and members of the public and has an unrivalled success rate in identifying and dealing with invalid infringement notices and Section 341 notices.
You will soon be able to submit your notices for inspection online, however for the moment you will need to email these to JPSA for inspection.
The following charges will apply:
Once off and ad hock service:
|Inspection of infringement notice, including calling for images where necessary||R150|
|Completion of representation section of AARTO forms based on inspection||R150|
Members of JPSA currently receive a 30% discount on the fees above. During the course of 2012, these services will no longer be available to non-members of JPSA. To join JPSA, please click here.
In order to have your infringement notice/s inspected, please email the following information to :
- Your Full Names
- Your Postal Address
- Your National Identity Number
- Your contact telephone numbers
- A list of the infringement notice numbers you would like inspected
- If the vehicle concerned is registered to a company, please also provide your company's full registered name and registration number.
Terms & conditions
- On request for a service, an invoice will be issued by JPSA and presented to the person requesting that service.
- All fees will be payable in advance and under no circumstances will services be provided prior to receipt of payment.
- Inspection fees quoted are per traffic fine inspected. Bulk discounts may be offered at the discretion of JPSA.
- Once inspected, you will be informed of the outcome of the inspection and what procedures must be followed. Where irregularities are found, you may choose whether to handle the matter yourself or have JPSA address the matter for you.
- Where an AARTO 08 representation form is completed on behalf of the client, the representation section of AARTO 08 forms will be completed and the entire form will be emailed back to the client so he/she may complete the other sections, have it duly certified and submit it in the prescribed manner.
- Whilst every effort will be made to expose irregularities on fines, not all fines inspected have irregularities which invalidate them. No guarantee or warranty as to the validity of a fine is expressed or implied.
- Representation forms and letters presented to traffic authorities are adjudicated by employees of that traffic authority and no guarantee or warranty can be provided as to the outcome of a representation.
- The objective of this service is to provide members of the public with a fair and equitable assessment of any infringement notice issued to them. It is not in any way designed or intended to defeat the ends of justice or protect delinquent drivers from prosecution.
- JPSA strictly reserves the right to refuse this service to any person or entity that it deems as being repeatedly or overtly delinquent.