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Distracted driver behaviour leading cause of accidents worldwide

Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of road accidents worldwide. According to the Automobile Association of South Africa, 40 people die on South Africa’s roads every day resulting in almost 14,000 deaths every year.

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Telematics to positively impact the future of SA’s road safety

The recent spate of large-scale traffic accidents has firmly put the spotlight on road safety, as businesses and insurance companies consider new technologies in an effort to track and improve driving behaviour as a means to mitigating this risk.

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New bill poses increased tighter laws for driving under the influence

Recent reports of on-going traffic accidents and carnage on South African roads has caused alarm and serious concern.

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Lessons from the festive season carnage for Easter

The recent 2015/2016 preliminary festive season report released by Transport Minister Dipuo Peters shows a staggering 14 per cent increase in road deaths in South Africa, compared to a similar period in the previous year.

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What to know when buying a new car in 2016

It is no secret that financial times are tough for South Africans, and are set to become even more fraught as the effects of various negative economic factors come into play during 2016.

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A gold medal NOT to be proud of – SA tops world list for drunk driving.

After winning precious Olympic gold medals, South Africa has just learnt it is number one in the world for deaths due to drunk driving.

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