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MiX wants you to report dodgy driving

MiX wants you to report dodgy driving

Fleet and mobile asset management solutions provider, MiX Telematics, has launched an in-house driver-monitoring service called MiX ReportMyDriving. The service is focused on promoting road safety and reducing road accidents by improving driver behaviour and identifying those drivers who are a risk to other road users.

 
Embracing change enables fleets to be flexible and efficient

Embrace change to be flexible and efficient

Change is inevitable, and, in the fleet management space, expecting and preparing for change is the only way to stay ahead of the game.

 
The key to happiness…

The key to happiness…

Car keys, like reading glasses, tend to get lost in plain sight … sometimes, though, they get lost for good. When this happens, it can often be difficult to immediately get a replacement – especially when there’s no spare, or when the key belongs to a modern, high-tech vehicle.

 
Introducing Lion’s Explorer: the next generation

Introducing Lion’s Explorer 2: the next generation

MAN Truck & Bus South Africa launched the second-generation Lion’s Explorer bus to operators at the South African Bus Operator’s Association (Saboa) conference yesterday. The project, which has been quietly running for a year and a half, has been completed with the aid of MAN colleagues in Germany – meaning the Lion’s Explorer 2 now fits in completely with the European range of Lion’s family vehicles.

   
One week till the big #MANLE2 reveal!

One week till the big #MANLE2 reveal!

A big reveal is planned to take place at the 2017 Southern African Bus Operators' Association (Saboa) Conference, on Wednesday, May 24.

 
Isuzu’s bakkie division to join trucks

Isuzu bakkies to join truck division

General Motors (GM) and Isuzu Motors have announced their respective future plans for the Isuzu, Chevrolet and Opel brands in South Africa – which includes the purchase by Isuzu Motors of GM’s light commercial-vehicle manufacturing operations to strengthen its presence in the market.

 
Competition Commission puts up yield sign to public transport sector

Public transport sector competition in question

Uber, taxis, trains and bus companies will be the focus of a market enquiry into land-based public passenger transport being organised by the Competition Commission, which has been given the green light to commence on June 17.

   
Wake up, SA drivers!

Wake up, SA drivers!

By their own overwhelming admission (88 percent), South African drivers believe compliance with the laws of the road has worsened over the past two years. And, according to a survey conducted by the Automobile Association (AA) in April, nearly 75 percent of people also believe the attitude of motorists towards one another has deteriorated over this period.

 
No more bakkies for the school run

No more bakkies for the school run

Today, Thursday May 11, marks the implementation of Regulation 250 of the National Road Traffic Act (NRTA), which forbids the transport of children in the goods compartment of a vehicle for reward.

 
Cargo Carriers supports the children

Cargo Carriers supports Forest Town

JSE-listed supply chain company Cargo Carriers has donated R164 359 to Forest Town School in Johannesburg, to aid fees and new educational equipment for children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.

   
Sava expands light-truck offering

Sava expands light-truck offering

Sava, a brand in the Goodyear product portfolio, has brought to market the Trenta 2 range of light-truck tyres.

 
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter sets new record

Sprinter sets new record

Between January and March, approximately 45 000 new units of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter found homes around the globe – making it the most successful first quarter in the vehicle’s 20-year history and representing a growth of about ten percent over the same period last year.

 
Nampo welcomes back an old name

Nampo welcomes back an old name

Visitors to the Nampo Agricultural Show, taking place at Bothaville between May 16 and 19, might be surprised to see a somewhat forgotten name in attendance. Navistar International Southern Africa (NISA) will once again be exhibiting a range of agricultural-related solutions, following great interest at the last Nampo.

   
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