Your driver licence may be suspended if you don't respond to an enforcement order from SPER. Find out what to do if this happens to you.
SPER can issue a fine collection notice to take money from your bank, wages or organisations or persons that hold money on your behalf.
If you do not pay a debt, SPER can apply a charge on your real estate, vehicle or any other personal property.
Find out when a SPER enforcement officer can attach a wheel clamp, without your consent, to any vehicle registered in your name if you do not pay your debt.
Find out when SPER can issue a warrant to seize and sell your property if you have not paid your debt.
Our enforcement officers can help you pay your SPER debt. They have a certain level of authority under the law.
Please use our complaints and compliments form.
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