WATCH: SA driver's quick reactions beats hijacker

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<B>QUICK THINKING:</B> Thanks to quick reactions and masterful driving, the person behind the wheel of this Mini Cooper avoided being a victim of a hijacking. <i>YouTube</I>
<B>QUICK THINKING:</B> Thanks to quick reactions and masterful driving, the person behind the wheel of this Mini Cooper avoided being a victim of a hijacking. <i>YouTube</I>

Cape Town - Hijackings are a sad reality on South Africa's roads. Despite government efforts to curb road crime, SA remains a global hijacking hot-spot. 

Read: 8 things you should know when dealing with roadblocks in SA

Sometimes, drivers get the better of criminals in SA as seen in a video published on YouTube - a driver's quick reactions saves them from a potential armed robbery and/or hijacking.

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