[LINK] Re: No Anonymity on *Sydney* Tollroad Either??
Wed, 30 Oct 2002 08:02:12 +1100
At 04:47 PM 29/10/02 +1100, Jan Whitaker wrote:
>>Of course if its all based on Optorecognition of
>>number plates or a transponder nailed to the vehicle then were screwed.
>>Anyway, who needs to travel anonymously. Only terrorists and crooks.
>>If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear.
>if it's the same as Transurban, it *is* related to the number plate, no
>shifting, they do catch you. You can have two cars registered to the
>different cars, though, I think.
Let's try this once more.
You can have two cars registered to the SAME e-tag, though, I think. This
was discussed recently on talkback because a person moved the e-tag to his
wife's/daughter's car to make one trip, and was surprised when he got a
fine after calling to make the arrangements for a two-car registration.
As long as someone is paying, what does it matter?
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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