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Rush-hour truck restrictions on the way for SA
2015-05-01 By - Wheels24

The transport minister is proposing restrictions for goods vehicles on public roads.

The transport minister is proposing restrictions for goods vehicles on public roads.
In a move to curb South Africa’s appalling road death toll, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters is proposing restrictions for goods vehicles on public roads.

According to the department, the restrictions will affect commercial vehicles with a gross vehicle mass (GVM) exceeding 9 000kgs.

The intended regulations will be published for public comment and discussion later in 2015.

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Our offices have moved

We have moved premises. We are still located in the village of Pennington.

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E-Tolls - Cosatu's Campaign

The Congress of South African Trade Unions has learned with regret that the Supreme Court of appeal has dismissed OUTA's bid to stop the implementation of e-tolls on Gauteng highways.

This decision will however make no difference to COSATU's unwavering campaign against this attempt to privatise out public highways, which was never primarily based on the legality of the tolls but on a fundamental political principle - that our roads are a public asset, already paid for through taxation and the fuel levy, and motorists should not therefore have to pay again to drive on these public highways.

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Safety Tips for Truck and Bus Drivers

By the Arrive Alive campaign


The most important part of a moving truck or bus is the driver! Get plenty of rest before getting behind the wheel. Eat well and stay fit. Remember, hours of service violations are serious and can threaten your livelihood or even your life. Stay healthy and well rested, or don't drive!


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Keeping your fuel cost low

The increase in the fuel prices is seeing everyone thinking about their expenses, but Shell South Africa is offering truck drivers some advice to keep costs in check.

The company states that fuel consumption can be reduced by up to 30 percent if the following driving rules are followed:

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