If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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If there's one word that has been instilling at least some kind of fear in drivers, it's AARTO. And since it has been signed to law, it has caused much dismay. MasterDrive SA explains why there really is no need to panic.
You might find yourself in a situation where you're used to driving an auto vehicle and are forced to switch to a manual transmission. This could possibly be hazard in the event of an emergency on the road.
Pertunia Sibanyoni, CEO of InspectaCar (Pty) Limited has been appointed to the board of Wheel Well.
Protesters around Gauteng and the Western Cape have caused havoc on the roads again.
MasterDrive provides some tips on how to drive through a veld fire.
MasterDrive shares some life-saving advice for motorists to help road-users avoid becoming victims of hijacking in South Africa.
'We appreciate that people wish to explore the performance characteristics of the cars that they buy but the street is not the place,' says Eugene Herbert of MasterDrive.
As many motorists return to work and consequently a morning commute, they may once again face traffic congestion that they have not encountered for a month.
As the holiday season starts, many people are about to leave for a break with trailers and caravans in tow. Eugene Herbert, Managing Director of Masterdrive has a few towing tips.
As we head into the season where many people will be driving long distances to spend time with friends and family, a large portion of these people may be undertaking the trip alone or be the only driver in the car.
There has been havoc around Gauteng recently with strikes and looting affecting motorists. In the latest incident, streets in Tshwane were closed following reports of looting.
Many European countries have some of the lowest road fatality rates. While there are many reasons for this, from better resources to more respect for road laws, one reason is the limitations placed on driving times of commercial drivers.
Members of the motorsport community are mourning the death of Formula 1 legend Niki Lauda this week.
Estimates predict there will be a fuel price increase of at least 67c for petroleum and 84c for diesel to be implemented in the coming months.
With Stage 3 load-shedding affecting South Africa, here are a few tips to follow to ensure you stay safe on the roads when the lights go out.
During the first few months of the year, motorists can expect increased traffic on many routes. Here's how to deal with traffic on our roads
'With the high crash statistics in South Africa, drivers who take on the roads without insurance are taking a huge risk,' warns Eugene Herbert of MasterDrive.
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.
'The key to safe driving is to never let your guard down. Whether you need to drive 2km down the road or 200km to your destination, your seatbelt is just as important either way,' says Eugene Herbert, managing director of MasterDrive.
As parts of South Africa battle with a heat wave, it is important for those who spend large portions of their day behind the wheel, to be vigilant. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.
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