Featured Issue 11 2018

A different Tata

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Tata Motors celebrated its 21st anniversary in South Africa this year and, in that time, the brand has grown and evolved to offer a vehicle

Face to face with Raimo Lehtiö

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Each month, we chat to one of the captains of industry about pressing issues. This month, CHARLEEN CLARKE goes face to face with Raimo Lehtiö,

When bigger really is better

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The extra-heavy commercial vehicle (EHCV) segment is the backbone of the South African trucking industry. Gareth Greathead explores the dynamics of the segment According to

IAA 2018: driving tomorrow!

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Much is always expected of the IAA and, once again, this year’s event did not fail to deliver. CHARLEEN CLARKE dashed from hall to hall

Mercedes-Benz flies the SA flag at the IAA!

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While the launch of the new Mercedes-Benz Actros and a concept van attracted the attention of international visitors at the IAA, it was the display

A death sentence for the automotive industr...

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The voluntary Automotive Code of Conduct allows unregulated parts to be fitted on vehicles, potentially compromising safety, without breaching the vehicle warranty at participating dealerships.

Cheap just doesn’t add up

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Is expensive better, or cheap cheerful? When it comes to tyres, you have to be wary of your upfront costs to save down the road

Used and out of warranty – an acceptable ...

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Tough economic conditions, combined with the potential to save as much as 50 percent on the sale price of a new vehicle, means that sales

Redefining vehicle fires

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With higher levels of electrification being installed into modern vehicles, and with the increased use of alternative powerplants, fighting a vehicle fire needs to be

Conquering the globe with a Silk Road

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Independent Chinese truck drivers are struggling despite growth in the gig economy, while the government plans to revive its ancient Silk Road trade route. MARISKA