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February 2016

By The AA
AA advises motorists to do their homework before servicing their cars Servicing your vehicle, especially a vehicle which is out of its warranty period, can be a daunting experience. While there are many reliable, and reputable, operators on the market, there are those who take advantage of a lack of knowledge of modern vehicles, in order to fleece consumers.


January 2016

By The AA
Bring your lawn cuttings to us to help feed needy animals The Automobile Association (AA) has partnered with AgriSA to become the newest drop-off site for the Hope Grass Project.


January 2016

By The AA
Automobile Association says a little saved every month will add up Economists have predicted a turbulent year ahead for the South African economy amid growing world economic problems, and the devaluation of the Rand against international currencies. It is going to be rough year, and as we try to make that December salary last to the end of January, there are some things we can do save money, and stretch our Rand a little further. “There are some simple tips every motorist can employ to stretch the fuel in their tank, and avoid having to fill up too often. By driving sensibly and following these tips, you may find you can travel further and save some much-needed cash you can use on other essentials,” the AA said.


January 2016

By The AA
South Africa's sagging Rand / US dollar exchange rate continues to take the shine off ongoing international oil price weakness. This is based on unaudited mid-month data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).


January 2016

By The AA
AA calls for concerted effort to reduce road crash fatalities Figures released by Transport Minister Dipuo Peters in Pretoria today show that road fatalities over the festive season increased by a staggering 14 percent on the previous year. According to the Minister, the preliminary figures show that 1755 people died on South African roads from 1 December 2015 to 11 January 2016. According to the Automobile Association (AA) these figures are alarming and concerning and they point to a need for concerted intervention to address the problem of road safety in our country.


December 2015

By The AA
Ongoing weakness in international petroleum prices has protected South Africans from the sagging exchange rate. This is according to the Automobile Association which was commenting on unaudited fuel price data released at month end by the Central Energy fund.


December 2015

By The AA
Calling on government to do more is only part of the solution warns AA Weekend reports that the number of fatalities on South African roads this festive season have already surpassed 500 is of great concern and does not bode well for the rest of this holiday period, the Automobile Association (AA) said.


December 2015

By The AA
South African motorists are set to feel the first direct impacts of the unexpected removal of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene and the resulting exchange rate chaos. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA), which was commenting on unaudited fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).


December 2015

By The AA
Automobile Association urges parents to set an example One of the biggest tragedies in South Africa is the preventable death of hundreds of children in cars on our roads each year. Too often parents do not secure their children while driving and the consequences of this negligence are severe injuries and fatalities.


December 2015

By The AA
Be alert and stick to the rules, warns AA It’s holiday time again and thousands of excited families will be travelling across the length and breadth of South Africa to enjoy the break. Many of those going on holiday will be taking with them a caravan, trailer or boat while they travel.

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