Learning to drive is a significant milestone, but what about the nervous parents and stressed out teens facing South Africa's sometimes complex learner driver process?
From where to begin to study tips to how to support your teen or childminder on their journey to independence, we have you covered.
A local expert shares her top tips, from choosing the right driving school to getting your teen ready for each lesson.
For nannies and au pairs, it's an "absolutely" necessary skill, but where to begin? An expert advises.
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Your 17-year-old is perfectly poised for learning how to drive says a local driving instructor, as she shares her tips for how you can best support your teen learner driver.
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Teaching your teen to drive can push the stress levels up, but there is an advantage to taking this route.
Wheels24 explains exactly what you need to do in this step-by-step guide.
A reader shares how she passed her driver’s licence on a third attempt. She also recalls that it was also on the day her Aunt passed away
Reader asks whether insurance policies pay out when you are in an accident with your driving licence that has expired. An expert advises.
Drivers are urged to make an effort to renew their driving licences before the 31 August 2021 deadline approaches.
Wheels24 readers have been battling for months to book online slots for licence renewals. Many have written into our desk and shared their frustrated experiences. We offer some useful information for readers applying for the renewal of Driving Licences or a Professional Driving Permit (PrDP).
Motorists have been battling for more than a year to get booking slots on the online Natis system. But there's a little company that's helping Gauteng drivers one at a time.
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