Crashes cost SA billions a year: Here's where the money goes

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<B>COST TO SA:</B> Road related accidents, crashes and deaths costs South Africa billions each year. <I>Image: iStock</I>
<B>COST TO SA:</B> Road related accidents, crashes and deaths costs South Africa billions each year. <I>Image: iStock</I>

Cape Town - Every year thousands of lives are lost in crashes along South Africa's roads.

Though lives lost in road carnage should receive the most attention from law enforcement and Government, another aspect of these unfortunate events is as critical - the cost to the South African economy.

Road crashes are costing the country billions, not to mention the staggering cost in lives.

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