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31st December, 2014
Colin Hayes with his M50 app

Over 1,000 drivers downloaded the new M50App in the first days following its launch last month, writes Leanna Byrne.

App developer and entrepreneur Colin Hayes noted that more than 37,000 drivers have had proceedings issued against them for non-payment of toll fees. The biggest fine paid by an individual this year was €8,000.

“I thought it was unbelievable that a business was [issuing court summons] against 37,000 of their customers,” said Hayes.

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