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Top 10 motoring stories of the week: Fuel price set to drop, new models for SA

2017-06-30 14:13

Rouel van Nelson

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Cape Town - Examining road laws, fuel price set to drop, new models for SA... we've collated some of the top motoring stories of the week.

As June 2017 comes to a close, we reported that the petrol price is set to drop, no doubt good news for all motorists in South Africa.

Reckless taxi drivers

We've looked at what your rights are when it comes at police roadblocks and how reckless taxi drivers affected commuters in SA.

Internationally, a video has gone viral showing a pedestrian being hit by a bus. Incredibly, the pedestrian not only recovered from the horror collision but walked to a nearby pub!

In motorsport, the Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton post-Azerbaijan drama continues to unfold, we covered the saga that has spiced-up the 2017 Formula 1 championship.

Here are the top 10 motoring stories of the week: 

1. WATCH: Why is this car on SA roads

2. SA fuel price set to drop - AA

3. Dealing with roadblocks in SA: Know your rights

4. Headed for SA: BMW's X5 M and X6 M Black Fire Edition

5. WATCH: Man hit by speeding bus, recovers and walks to pub

6. Watch the dramatic moment a Ferrari crashes into Mazda in Joburg

7. Taxis in SA: 'Crossing the street has become life threatening' - reader

8. Jaguar adds new 221kW engine to XE, XF and F-Pace

9. FIA to examine Vettel's collision with Hamilton

10. RapidE: Aston Martin's first electric car set for 2019 production

And special mention, Lance Stroll's 'shoey'. 

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