The vdQ wish to inform prospesctive members of the latest developments surrounding the organisational roll out progress of the Vehicle Damage Quantifier Qualification, the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Process and possible Training interventions. Read on for more info.
A document has been released by the Western Cape Government proposing an average of 6% increase in provincial vehicle licence fees. Public comments can be made by no later than 15 December 2016. Read on for proposed prices and who to contact.
As of 1 December 2016 Vulindlela Underwriting Managers (VUM) will be on-boarded to our MBR Memorandum of Agreements. VUM is a Santam subsidiary and provides affordable and sustainable insurance to Taxi Owners and Emerging Businesses, such as Uber.
The president has promulgated the 27 December as a paid public hliday. See the declaration here.
The RMI has recently released an update on the MIBCO wage and substantitive negotiations. Read on for more information.
Do you know where the highest ocurrance of hijackings and carjackings happen in your city? This piece names all the areas of high hijacking occurances in SAs major cities. Read more to know where to avoid to driving alone or at night.
In the event of an accident, Parkhill Panelbeaters are there for you! Approved by many OEMs and a registered member of SAMBRA, this KZN panel beater are here to help you through the claim and repair process. Check them out today!
The VTA will once again be running their free safety campaign before the festive season from 1 December to 10 December 2016. Read more about how to have your vehicle tested.
The Department of Transport has published 2 amendments to the National Road Traffic Regulations as of 11 November 2016.
Legislation in South Africa requires children, under the age of three, to travel in car seats. Unfortunately enforcement of this legislature is not at the appropriate level. The AA explored the statistics surrounding child seats and their correct use. Read on to find out the chilling truth.