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December 2016

By The AA
Wide-ranging amendments to the road traffic legislation mean that numerous public transport and goods vehicles, first registered after today (1 December 2016), will require speed governers. The Automobile Association (AA) said that today was the implementation for a regulation published in 2014.


November 2016

By The AA
South Africans can look forward to lower fuel prices for December. This is the news from the Automobile Association (AA), which was commenting on unaudited month-end fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund.


November 2016

By The AA
At this time of the year many companies across South Africa will be hosting end-of-year functions for their staff. While these are festive, celebratory occasions, the Automobile Association (AA) urges all motorists to remember that alcohol and driving do not mix, and that alternatives are available to drivers who want to drink at these events.


November 2016

By The AA
Fuel price relief could be on the horizon for South Africans after international petroleum prices came off their late-October highs. This is the view of the Automobile Association (AA), which was commenting on unaudited mid-month fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).


November 2016

By The AA
Avoidance is better than trying to get through flooded areas - AA Although flash floods are rare, when they occur, they can wreak havoc. The Automobile Association (AA) said yesterday’s floods again show how quickly a torrent can occur, and the extreme dangers it holds.


November 2016

By The AA
It’s that time of the year again when South Africans across the country are putting the final touches on their annual vacation plans. Holidays in South Africa mean hundreds of thousands of people will be on the country’s roads, and the Automobile Association (AA) urges all motorists to also prepare themselves and their vehicles for this period.


October 2016

By The AA
The recent strengthening of the Rand against the US dollar has not been enough to prevent a hefty fuel price hike for November. This is the news from the Automobile Association (AA), which was commenting on unaudited month-end fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).


October 2016

By The AA
Despite legislation that prohibits vehicles driving in emergency lanes (yellow lane driving) the Automobile Association (AA) notes that this practice continues, with impunity it appears. The Association conducted informal observational research on this issue and found that many drivers simply use the yellow lane as an extra lane, especially in heavy traffic.


October 2016

By The AA
Observance of child car seat laws worryingly low Since the introduction of legislation that requires passengers under three years of age to be in a child seat, little has changed in the way many people transport children. According to the Automobile Association (AA) stricter enforcement of the law is needed along with more compliance among drivers.


October 2016

By The AA
Further fuel price hikes are likely at the end of October. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA), which was commenting on unaudited mid-month fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).

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