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January 2017

By The AA
Fuel prices are set for another hike at the end of January. 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).


January 2017

By The AA
Association says death tolls will continue to rise in the absence of proper, actionable strategies The increase in road deaths over the 2016/17 festive period is cause for great concern and points to the lack of a proper road safety strategy to deal with the carnage. This is the view of the Automobile Association (AA) which was commenting on the road fatality statistics release by Transport Minister Dipuo Peters in Midrand today.


January 2017

By The AA
The Automobile Association (AA) has noted reports that the Gauteng Liquor Board has agreed to extend liquor trading hours at the weekend to coincide with the ANC’s 105th anniversary celebrations. Thousands of ANC supporters are expected in the province from Friday to Sunday as part of the festivities.


January 2017

By The AA
Unleaded 95 petrol cost 45 cents a litre more at the end of 2016 than at the start, with 500ppm diesel up by 21 cents during the year. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA), which conducted a review of fuel price movements during 2016.


December 2016

By The AA
The Automobile Association (AA) on the January 2017 fuel price outlook.


December 2016

By AASA
The mid-December festive season road fatalities. Apart from the fatalities, the AA noted that 2509 people were arrested for drunk driving in Gauteng alone during the period, another shocking statistic given the clear messages regarding alcohol use and driving prior to the festive season starting.


December 2016

By The AA
Surging international petroleum prices are likely to hit South Africans hard at the pumps at the beginning of 2017. 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).


December 2016

By The AA
Survey results show many people worried safety on the roads over the festive period Drunk driving, speeding, and a lack of law enforcers, are among the biggest safety concerns for drivers on South African roads over the festive period. This is according to motorists polled by the Automobile Association (AA) in a recent survey. The survey also found that only eight percent of motorists feel safe while travelling on South African roads over this period.


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.


December 2016

By The AA
With the festive season holidays around the corner, many South Africans are looking forward to their much-deserved vacations. With this in mind, the Automobile Association (AA) urges all drivers to consider the road and weather conditions of the route they will be using, as well as at their destinations.

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