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#LockdownLessons: What can we learn from a woman in the oil and lubricant industry?

Mercia Jansen, area manager for Southern and Eastern Africa at Motul, talks challenges, achievements and of course, coping with the Covid-19 pandemic...

23 Jun 2020

Safety tips during the taxi strike

Taxi drivers are wreaking havoc on the roads as they stop transporting commuters and protest the measures put in place by the government...

22 Jun 2020

Toyota's Thums software to be available in January 2021 for free

Total Human Model for Safety (Thums) is a virtual human body model software programme for computer analysis of human body injuries caused in vehicle collisions. It is expected is to enhance vehicle safety...

18 Jun 2020

The zero-tolerance drunk driving law will affect your car insurance

Once South Africa's strict new drunk-driving laws have been passed, drivers won't be allowed to drink alcohol at all...

17 Jun 2020

Why do modern cars damage so easily in a crash?

These cars look weak and cheap on the surface after a crash. There's, however, a sophisticated reason for building modern cars this way...

16 Jun 2020

Covid-19 awareness in school transport

As Grade 7 and Grade 12 pupils return to school this week. Along with the employees who also returned to work under Level 3 Lockdown on 1 June 2020, it is expected that roads will be busier...

8 Jun 2020

Gabriel launches #Shocks4Life for essential service workers

Gabriel, the shock absorber brand in South Africa, has launched an initiative for essential service workers who purchase Gabriel shocks between 25 May to 30 September 2020...

28 May 2020

Safe travels | Health and safety is a top priority for car rental companies

Many things will have changed forever even long after this current danger has passed. That's why car rental companies have taken a new approach to their clients' health and safety...

Issued by Domestic Flights South Africa 25 May 2020

4 post-lockdown vehicle safety tips

As the lockdown eases, more South Africans are commuting to work, running errands and figuring out their new normal. This means more cars on the roads...

21 May 2020

Motor vehicle renewals still affected by Covid-19 lockdown

Motorists who were meant to renew their motor vehicle licences in March, April and May but have been unable to do so directly because of the Covid-19 lockdown measures, are advised that a grace period is still in effect...

21 May 2020

Tips to keep your cargo safe on the roads

There has never been a better time to make sure all your logistics ducks are in a row...

By Christiaan Steyn 20 May 2020

Do you know the history of your second hand vehicle?

The South African Motor Body Repairers' Association (SAMBRA) is concerned about the lack of information available to the market with regards to the status of second-hand vehicles...

20 May 2020

G.U.D. Holdings develops hand-wash station at taxi ranks

G.U.D. Holdings has developed an innovative mobile hand-wash station that allows people at taxi ranks to wash their hands with hygienic liquid soap and water to prevent the spread of the coronavirus...

15 May 2020

Uber launches mask verification as part of new safety measures

All Uber riders, drivers and couriers in South Africa will be required to wear a mask or face covering when taking a trip...

14 May 2020

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