The controversial mandatory tow levy is likely to be put on hold once again following increasing public disapproval against the levy.

Myjoyonline has learnt, the Presidency is likely to buckle under the weight of public pressure and put on ice, a plan which would impose an annual levy of between GHS20 to GHS200 on motorists to have their automobiles towed in the case of a break down on the road.

The mandatory tow levy was first suspended in June after critics condemned the levy as another unjustified money-making deal to fleece motorists who may never need the towing service but would have to pay for it.

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The credibility of Road Safety Management Ltd, the company contracted to implement the public towing service was also questioned.