Motorists will be able to utilise the Saturday opening to pay their traffic fines in-line or online using the designated e Spots at any of the listed locations.
In addition to the opening this Saturday, persons may opt to do business on Saturday August 19, 26, September 30 and on the last two Saturdays of the amnesty, October 21 and 28.
Celebrities and dignitaries always seem to get off the hook when they get issued with a speeding ticket or parking fine.
Last week, Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff – who was allegedly caught going at 87mph in a 50mph zone – became the latest sports star to have his speeding case thrown out of court because, as his lawyer was quick to point out, the notice of prosecution had not been issued within the specified time-limit. In fact, barely a week goes by where celebrity lawyer Nick Freeman, aka Mr Loophole, doesn't come to the aid of some star in a sticky situation.
Persons with ticket amounts that they are unable to clear at once, will have the option of making several payments throughout the amnesty period until the outstanding amounts have been cleared.
The amnesty does not apply to ticket-related summons that are currently before the court, or are active.