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Surveys have found that one in eight trucks weighed along the N3 Toll Route are overloaded. There are many reasons behind the high incidence of overloading, the most prominent being commercial self-interest.

The N3 Toll Route passes through the provinces of KwaZulu-Natal, Free State, Mpumalanga and Gauteng. Each province is responsible for the enforcement of overloading control within its area and N3TC is required to monitor the effectiveness of this enforcement.

Currently there are five permanent assized (calibrated) weighbridges on the N3 and two on the alternative routes operated by the KwaZulu-Natal Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI). In addition, N3TC has installed six weigh-in-motion stations (WIMs) along the route to monitor the degree and severity of overloading.

The N3 Toll Route, as well as the alternative routes that make up the N3 corridor, are monitored on a regular basis to detect overloaded vehicles avoiding the main weighbridges. Such vehicles are then diverted to the nearest assized weighbridge for processing and, if necessary, prosecution.