At the wheel: 2015 Audi TT goes potholing

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<b>GOING SOMEWHERE?</b> Audi pretty much tops the world of instrument panels with this 31cm info screen in its 2015 Audi TT. <i>Image: Audi</i>
<b>GOING SOMEWHERE?</b> Audi pretty much tops the world of instrument panels with this 31cm info screen in its 2015 Audi TT. <i>Image: Audi</i>

MPUMALANGA, South Africa – Audi has showcased its latest TT to the eager South African motoring media and the car proved superb – the designated test route: absolutely abysmal.

If you need another example of our government turning a blind eye to the slipping creature comforts we have grown up to appreciate and expect as ratepayers.

Might I mention stable electricity, safe drinking water, a parliament that faces up to its responsibilities and not scrapping on TV, then I must add to that growing list the generally poor state of the roads in and around the White River/Hazyview/Graskop/Sabie areas of Mpumalanga.

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