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Why every South African driver needs a dashcam in their car

MYBROADBAND Jamie McKane 31 October 2018 Between potholes, crime, and rule-breakers, driving in South Africa can be downright dangerous. Accidents are becoming increasingly common on local roads, and even minor incidents can be a headache to resolve. Even if you were not the cause of an accident, you would still need to rely on the testimony of eyewitnesses to substantiate…

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South African hijackers are now using the ‘tap tap’ method – this is what you should look out for

BUSINESSTECH : Staff Writer :29 June 2019 https://businesstech.co.za/news/motoring/325615/south-african-hijackers-are-now-using-the-tap-tap-method-this-is-what-you-should-look-out-for/ As many as 45 hijackings incidents take place on South Africa’s roads daily, with criminals constantly finding new ways to dupe the public. Citing the latest SAPS statistics, ADT Fidelity said that most of these hijackings occur in Gauteng (23 per day), followed by KwaZulu-Natal (7 per day) and Western Cape…

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DRIVER FATIGUE : WIZEDRIVE TRACKING

Fatigue is a Threat to All Road Users Almost everyone knows that driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or other drugs is a deadly combination. However, few people seem to realize the danger associated with driving while fatigued. In fact, drivers who become drowsy or fall asleep at the wheel contribute to thousands of crashes each…

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