Zimbabwe: Harare Hikes Towing Fees By 1000 Percent

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11 December 2019

Harare City Council has increased its towing and clamping fees 1000 fold effective this Friday following Government's approval.

The fees used to range from $57 to $90.

Wheel clamping of light motor vehicle will now cost $500 from $57, while for commuter omnibus 15-seater will be $600 and $700 for an 18-seater.

Conventional buses and lorries will now be penalised $800 and articulated heavy lorries $900.

For tow away, charges will now range from $500 to $800 depending with the type of the vehicle.

Light motor vehicles will now be charged $500, commuter omnibus 15-seater and 18-seaters is now pegged at $700 and $800 respectively.

The city's acting communications corporate manager Mr Innocent Ruwende confirmed the new charges.

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