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Readers respond to SA's lawless taxis

'Police need to be more visible', 'Where do these guys get their licenses?' Wheels24 readers respond to reckless minibus taxi drivers.

Most targeted cars, bakkies in SA

Crime stats reveal which vehicles are most targeted by criminals in SA. Your car or bakkie could be on the hit-list...

Ministers and their R41-million luxury rides: Best, worst govt cars

'We selected the best and worst choices of JZ’s government cars,' writes Lance Branquinho as a report reveals government spent R41-million on luxury vehicles.

 

Here's your guide for buying a used car

2017-03-24 09:32

Searching for a used vehicle can be overwhelming. Here's what you should you know before buying a second hand car.

AARTO: Rehabilitation school for SA road traffic offenders?

2017-03-23 14:16

Road rules offenders found guilty by a court of law will have to complete a mandatory rehabilitation programme under the new proposed demerit system, Parliament has heard.

Want a personalised number plate in SA? Here's what you need to know

2017-03-23 07:41

Whether it's 'CATCH ME - GP' or 'SXYBEAST - EC', we've all thought about owning a personalised number plate in SA. Here's what you need to know...

Fuel-efficiency in SA: debunking the myths

2017-03-20 08:09

Always drive with a full tank, cruise in neutral while going downhill... The Motor Industry Workshop Association exposes some myths regarding fuel-efficiency in SA.

Drunk driving: JPSA questions Tony Yengeni DUI sentencing

2017-03-20 07:45

ANC national executive committee member Tony Yengeni has been sentenced for driving under the influence of alcohol. Justice Project South Africa questions the severity of the judgment.

Drunk goggles: What it's like to drive over the limit

2017-03-17 14:08

Drunk driving is still a huge problem in South Africa where the act of driving while intoxicated seems to be a culture here locally. Meet the 'drunk goggles' for a sobering experience.

Reducing speed limits in SA: More than 14 000 say 'No, it won't make a difference'

2017-03-17 11:17

'Who on earth is going to police those laws', 'Speed doesn't kill, the behaviour of the driver kills, 'Reduction of speed limits will be useless!'... Wheels24 readers share their thoughts on a new SA road law.

Reason for AARTO? More than 6-million traffic infringements in Tshwane, Joburg

'South Africa has been singled out as one of the countries with the highest number of road crashes and fatalities in the world,' says Transport Minister Dipuo Peters.

Arrived in SA: Mercedes lifts lid on C-Class cabriolet

19-10-2016 14:12 Mercedes-Benz' C-Class Cabriolet has finally arrived in South Africa, we have prices, details and a gallery.

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Here's how easy it is to hack a car

Car hacking is a phenomenon that's sending chills up motorists' and manufacturers' spines. Check out some of the most hackable vehicles.

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