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Interlink can bite me

Discussion in 'Politics, Laws, Government & Insurance' started by ibast, Jul 14, 2005.

  1. This is a classic.

    Over the last few months, when using the M5 toll (Sydney), I've been occassionally using the "No change given" lane at the tollway.

    There is an e-way sensor above the lane despite the description.

    This allows me to stop the bike and use the tag without the hassle of riding one-handed through the e-way only lanes.

    Last night I got a letter from Interlink stating that these lanes are for cash paying customers only and instructing me not to use them.

    The reason stated was that vehicles using this lane andanger tollway attendants!

    This is apparently more of a risk then one-handed riding in heavy traffic at 90km/hr

    Bugger that.

    Today I rode through the e-way only lane without a pass.

    They can fork out the money to process the paperwork