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”Now we are getting ready to take a ticket for these extraordinary motorways, a ticket then that is paid on the basis of what is not well understood … whether it is the quality of the service or the quality of the investment, but in both cases it should be free.
Now we are going to try some initiatives. OK! We have had enough of being taken for a ride.
Motorways as was well said by the economist of the University of Bergamo, Giorgio Ragazzi who has done an extraordinary book that I encourage you to get, that explains what has happened with the motorways, liberalized in the 1990s, paid for up to the last lira by our fathers and our mothers, by our big brothers, fed to this clique of fictitious entrepreneurs with ragged arses who take the concessions for ten years to the next ten years, fix the tariffs like that and we continue to pay something that should be returned to the citizens like they have done in Germany and in England. Once the expenses have been paid, the investments have been taken back and given freely to the English and German citizens. Here instead we want to get this lot to understand that by now with normal legal means, constitutional means, we have done referenda, two million people have signed in front of a public official with their documents, first and second name, taken to the Court of Cassation, put in a cellar with the moth balls…..
OK with these constitutional initiatives the citizen no longer exists. They have put a stopper in any way of hearing the voice of the citizens. OK, as I promised you we are starting off with the blog we are starting off with first person initiatives: every citizen becomes a journalist, a politician, one who informs himself. We have launched the “Breathing down your neck” campaign to take back the town councils with the web-cams and I am inviting you to do it. Go to your town councils and film them and then start to do initiatives like these. If the motorway companies like Benetton are taking our money to finance Alitalia or they are taking our money from the concessions of the citizens to buy land in Argentina and to move the capital abroad, good! We will try to give them as little as possible of this money. By avoiding motorways if it’s possible. By consuming less in the Autogrill and by trying to postpone for as long as possible the payment of the motorway tolls as we are doing now. Let’s see.

Beppe: I have forgotten my money. Can you do me a bill?
Toll operatorI can do a “failure to pay”.
Beppe: Yes. Will it come to my home?
Toll operator: Yes. It will come to your home.
Beppe: Or can I pay in a “punto blu”?
Toll operator: You can pay in a “Punto Blu” or in a manual entry point.
Beppe: Thank you.
If we give them this money in 15 days, we keep it for 15 days.
Beppe: Is there something like a penalty to pay?
Toll operator: if you pay within 15 days, no. On the fifteenth day onwards 2.58 euro.
Beppe: 2.58 euro as a fine.

OK if two or 300 thousand people were to do that Benetton would be waiting for the money for 15 days and for us it would give a lot of satisfaction! What I have to do at my age, whoever would have thought that!” Beppe Grillo


SUMMING UP:



The failure to collect the motorway toll at the motorway exit pay station is formalized by the issue of a report of failure to pay.
The sum settled within 15 days brings no increase in the sum due. Beyond that limit the payment of the toll means 2.58 euro extra.
The payment of the toll can be done in all the “Punti Blu” from Monday to Saturday during office hours, in all the motorway exit stations. Or in a post office by using a form.

For anyone who is obstinate and doesn’t pay, the procedure is triggered for the forced recovery of credit with the additional expense charged to the person owing the debt. Obviously, this delay, given that it is inconvenient, we allow ourselves not to advise it, however if there’s a lot of us who delay by 15 days the payment of the tolls that involves the issue of a little report, we believe that that is the best way to start to talk about our money and where it lands up….
While waiting for developments, Beppe Grillo and his staff wish you for now, a good journey!

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