Land Rover performs magic trick and make license plate disappear at e-toll gantry

Land Rover performs magic trick and make license plate disappear at e-toll gantry

A video has surfaced on social media of a Land Rover using a craft trick to outsmart the e-toll system. Reports have circulated of the years of these devices which can hide a number plate and cost less than R2000.

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A private investigator, Warren Lamont of Intelligence Bureau SA, revealed that: “I caught a guy with one and he said that every time he goes through a gantry he uses it. He uses it to get away from the gantries and keep incognito.”

Briefly.co.za learned that using such a device contravenes the Road Traffic Act, defeating the ends of justice and could possibly result in your vehicle being impounded according to the citizen.co.za.

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Johannesburg Metro Police spokeswoman Edna Mamonyane said that if caught with such a device a person might face charges, fined and imprisoned.

The video shows the number plate of the Land Rover 'blinking' off as it passes under an e-toll gantry.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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