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July 2017

By The AA
International petroleum product prices have generally trended towards higher prices during July, while the exchange rate picture trends towards weakness, adding that a continuation of these trends can cause even higher fuel price hikes by month-end.


July 2017

By The AA
Calling on all motorists to ensure their vehicles are in a good condition before setting off on their journey back home before the schools reopen. Tyres, brakes, lights, and overall engine condition should be reliable enough to bring you home safely.


July 2017

By The AA
More than 1 260 000 learner driving licences were issued in South African in 2016, according to figures recently published by the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC). The Automobile Association (AA) urges parents, guardians, and businesses with learner drivers, to ensure these new motorists are not only trained to pass driving tests, but are actually qualified behind the wheel.


July 2017

By The AA
Driving at night may be intimidating for some drivers, especially new drivers, so it is important you are comfortable, and able, to negotiate driving at night before embarking on a long trip which may involve a lot of night time driving.


June 2017

By The AA
Petrol is set to drop by up to 69 cents a litre, diesel by 62 cents, and illumination paraffin by 58 cents at month end


June 2017

By The AA
Statistics from the Road Management Corporation (RTMC) show 5410 pedestrians died on our roads in 2016. This represents a shocking 38 percent of all deaths on the country’s roads last year, making pedestrians, by far, the most vulnerable group of road users. The #ISeeYou message goes deeper than pedestrian visibility, its dual purpose is also to drive mutual respect between motorists and pedestrians.


June 2017

By The AA
Rand resilience and a declining oil price have set the scene for a further fuel price drop. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA), commenting on unaudited mid-month data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).


June 2017

By The AA
The annual road fatality statistics for 2016, published recently by the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC), are cause for great concern, and point to an urgent need for combined interventions from everyone involved in road safety in South Africa to curb the rising numbers.


June 2017

By The AA
Motorists affected by this morning’s taxi strike and accompanying blockades should avoid these areas at all costs, and, if they are caught up in the stoppages, remain as calm as possible, the Automobile Association advises.


May 2017

By The AA
“Our expectation for June is that petrol will drop by up to 26 cents a litre, with a 20 cent drop for both diesel and illuminating paraffin”.

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