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Heavy Haulage Insurance Knowing the T&C's of your heavy haulage insurance contact is essential
For transporters within the heavy haulage industries accidents can prove costly. Having the correct comprehensive insurance in place is a legal requirement, however insurers can
17 Jul 2017
Porsche enjoys its most successful first half year in history Macan and Panamera models drive growth
Porsche has seen an upwards trend in the first six months of this year: With 126,497 vehicles delivered worldwide, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG exceeded the record figure from the
13 Jul 2017
Sanral bids farewell Sanral bids farewell to its materials specialist
A world expert who advised on the construction materials used on South Africa’s national roads network, Dennis Rossmann, has retired - but it has only been for three
13 Jul 2017
Facing an uncertain future BRT facing an uncertain future – MEC Ismail Vadi
Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Dr Ismail Vadi, says minibus taxi industry negotiations had slowed further implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems in the country.
12 Jul 2017
Taxi industry challenges Scientists can assist solve taxi industry challenges
South African scientists can help the Department of Transport solve a number of challenges in the taxi industry. This is according to Transport Minister, Joe Maswanganyi, who
11 Jul 2017
Truck Markets In Rough Waters Truck markets In rough waters according To half-year sales results
The truck market experienced a 2.8% decline in sales during June to reach a total of 1652 units. This result brings the total for the first six months of 2017 to 8 888 units,
07 Jul 2017
Cape Town’s traffic congestion Carpooling proves ‘excellent’ match for Cape Town’s traffic congestion
South African carpooling app, uGoMyWay today released the results of its pilot ‘corporate carpooling project’. Conducted in association with Accelerate Cape Town, over
05 Jul 2017
Putting driver safety first Road freight safety on South African roads is of primary importance for a strong and safe supply chain, with driver training and health programmes like Trucking Wellness being of high priority.
The Trucking Wellness Programme was launched in 1999 as an initiative of the National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics Industry (NBCRFLI). The programme is a
29 Jun 2017
Crash risk mitigation Where does training fit in?
During the 2016/17 festive season we heard once again how the road traffic collision statistics climbed by more than 10% – exactly as ‘naysayers’ predicted and
29 Jun 2017
Dakar Rally South African polymer proves itself at Dakar
South African-manufactured Vesconite Hilube bushings were used as suspension bushings in a modified 4x4 vehicle at the Dakar Rally this year. The polymer bushings were thoroughly
22 Jun 2017
50 years NEOPLAN Skyliner A yacht for the road
The Roadyacht, a superbly converted NEOPLAN Skyliner from the 70s, is one of its kind, simultaneously an old-timer, a modern holiday mobile, a presentation platform, a promotional
22 Jun 2017
Ferrari breaks new ground with GTC4Lusso A unique car, boasting exceptional versatility, makes highly-anticipated South African debut
The latest addition to the Ferrari range makes its official debut on South African soil as Scuderia South Africa the official Ferrari dealer reveals a whole new world of
19 Jun 2017
Protest action on the N2 reached a new and unacceptable level Protest action on the N2 reached a new and unacceptable level
PROTEST action on the N2 reached a new and unacceptable level yesterday morning says the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry. We have no problems with democratic protests, but
19 Jun 2017
50 years ago: Mazda launches rotary-powered Cosmo 50 years ago: Mazda launches rotary-powered Cosmo
It was a pivotal moment in automobile history when, 50 years ago today, Mazda launched its rotary-powered Mazda Cosmo Sport. The sleek, stylish two-seater marked the beginning of
19 Jun 2017
TRAC keeps N4 Toll Route on par with world standards TRAC keeps N4 Toll Route on par with world standards
To ensure a road like the TRAC N4 Toll Route complies with world class standards, regular upgrading, rehabilitation and maintenance are necessary. Although this may at times be
19 Jun 2017


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