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May 2017

By The AA
Plans to declare traffic law enforcement an essential service, and thereby enable a 24-hour working schedule for traffic law enforcers, is a positive development to be welcomed by all motorists in South Africa.


May 2017

By The AA
The purpose of the ‘Stay Bright’ campaign is to encourage pedestrians to make themselves visible at all times. This is especially relevant in South Africa now with the winter days getting shorter, and the nights getting longer.


May 2017

By The AA
Ongoing volatility in international oil prices has been matched by swings in the Rand / US dollar exchange rate, making fuel price predictions as tricky as ever. 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).


May 2017

By The AA
Close on 90 percent of South African motorists believe compliance with the laws of the road has worsened over the past two years. And, according to a recent survey by the Automobile Association (AA), nearly 75 percent of people also believe the attitude of motorists towards one another has deteriorated over this period.


April 2017

By The AA
International oil prices have retreated in virtual lockstep with a strengthening Rand, complicating attempts to forecast a month-end fuel price. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA), which was commenting on unaudited fuel price data released this morning by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).


April 2017

By The AA
Statistics on the Easter road fatalities, released by Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi in Pretoria this morning, are cause for great concern, and may, when the final numbers are in, be the highest Easter death toll to date. The Automobile Association (AA) views these numbers as a sad indictment on road traffic safety and enforcement initiatives, and calls on both the government, and driving public, to take serious stock of what these numbers mean.


April 2017

By The AA
Fuel price rises will be the first major expense to hit South Africans in the wake of depreciation of the Rand against the US dollar, which has affected buying prices for international petroleum. 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).


April 2017

By The AA
The Easter weekend carnage on South African roads has for many years been steadily increasing. However, last year saw a reduction of 46% in the number of road fatalities over the same period in 2015. The Automobile Association (AA) expresses the hope that this was the start of a trend, rather than a blip in the statistics. And, the AA, warns, continued reductions in road fatalities are only possible if all road users change their attitudes while behind the wheel.


April 2017

By The AA
Taxes make up big part of the price you pay at the pump As of tonight (SUBS:: 5 April) South African motorists will receive a 24 cents a litre decrease in the price of petrol. But this decrease could have been much more significant had fuel taxes not increased at the same time. In his budget speech in February, former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan announced that the General Fuel Levy would increase by 30 cents, and the Road Accident Fund (RAF) levy by nine cents.


April 2017

By The AA
Taxes make up big part of the price you pay at the pump As of tonight (SUBS:: 5 April) South African motorists will receive a 24 cents a litre decrease in the price of petrol. But this decrease could have been much more significant had fuel taxes not increased at the same time. In his budget speech in February, former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan announced that the the General Fuel Levy would increase by 30 cents, and the Road Accident Fund (RAF) levy by nine cents.

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