While winter is ongoing and people leave for work and get home in the dark, making sure your headlights are working is important, but it might save you when you keep them on permanently. Here’s why.
Discomfort and lower back pain are frequent complaints reported by drivers, but GEM says there are often simple solutions that can make a big difference for comfort and safety.
Now that the taxi strike is over, City of Cape Town is implementing the same zero-tolerance approach to motorists.
Toyota South Africa Motors has announced a host of new, yet minor changes to its popular people carrier, the Rumion to improve aesthetics, safety and convenience.
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The latest fatality numbers on SA roads are out, and it makes from grim reading once again …
Male drivers are a particularly endangered species in SA, too, being involved in three times more fatal accidents than women.
Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is urging everyone travelling in a vehicle to ensure hey wear a seat belt on every journey.
How average speed cameras work and where they are used for speed enforcement on South African roads.
MasterDrive launched the Fleet Safety Awards to recognise organisations and fleet managers for their efforts in improving road safety.
This year, the UN’s Global Week of Road Safety will take place from 15 to 21 May 2023. The theme of this year’s initiative is #RethinkMobility.
The 7th edition of the UN Global Road Safety Week is taking place and this year’s theme of rethinking mobility focuses on sustainable transport.
Winter can create challenges for drivers – like frost on the roads and mist in the air, but MasterDrive South Africa’s Eugene Herbert has some tips to stay safe.
Volkswagen has launched an innovative campaign innovative technology to showcase the functionality of IQ.DRIVE Blind Spot Monitoring.
Could South Africa be facing a new and unique form of driving while distracted? Loadshedding could actually be creating new issues for drivers.
Distracted Driving Awareness month this April is focusing on South Africa once again with all of those long weekends and public holidays. Here’s How you can stay safe.
The WC department says traffic volumes were expected to increase from Sunday afternoon until Monday evening.
High traffic volumes are expected in some of the country’s busy roads as many will be travelling over the Easter weekend.
As Easter road safety goes under a microscope this weekend, Sumitomo Rubber South Africa, major tyre destributer in SA, has some advice for drivers.
South African WWCOTY juror Charleen Clarke, has come up with a list to understand what women want when it comes to their cars.
Are you fed up with frequent swerving around potholes and praying that your car will make it to its destination in one piece? Dunlop Tyres has some tips to help.
The December holiday season ended on a positive note for road fatality rates but with Easter Weekend approaching, South African drivers should strive to do better.