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We had a dual problem of tendering exact change to consumers after purchase from booths and the cash handling hassle for concessionaire due to usage of coins.
This is to avoid misleading the consumer as to the exact price they have to pay for the goods or services and consequently, the exact change due to them," Villar said.
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council said: "We appreciate that motorists may not always have the exact change for the car park ticket machines but there is a cashless alternative of Pay by Phone - which is also cheaper.
40 please," and the man reaches into his pocket and pays with the exact change for payment.
It said the extra cash came through the automatic toll booths by drivers choosing not to queue for the exact change.
This whole campaign of asking for the exact change strikes Kipp as being extremely trivial, in light of the fact that change lower than 25 fils are not in common circulation.
Not needing exact change should encourage more people to hop on who found it too inconvenient before.
For him, when he comes back, he feels like he's lost unless he's got the exact change for the toll booth.