Victorian Drivers Have Paid $8 Million For A Dud Computer Database

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Victorian drivers have been charged a reported $800 million over the past six years to pay for an upgraded government computer system that was never installed.

The troubled RandL drivers' database was abandoned three years ago but the state government levy introduced to meet the costs of its development has never been removed, News Corp reported on Friday.

"They're still operating on the same computer system as before this was levied," a whistleblower who once worked at VicRoads told the Herald Sun.

"The amount of money that disappeared with RandL was enormous."

Drivers were slapped with $200 in fees over six years to help fund the initiative.

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