Call for toll appeals system for motorists

The Consumers Association of Ireland (CAI) has called for an independent appeals system for motorists with disputes over toll penalties on the M50 motorway.

15th August, 2009

The Consumers Association of Ireland (CAI) has called for an independent appeals system for motorists with disputes over toll penalties on the M50 motorway.

James Doorley, chairman of the CAI, said the body had serious concerns about ‘‘the cost, level of fines and customer back-up service of barrier-free tolling’’, which was introduced on the M50 a year ago.

‘‘While we would expect some initial teething problems with the new system, there...

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