Reading Time: 4 minutesThe AA have focused on alcohol and driving throughout 2015 – looking at the scale of the problem and delved into the way alcohol affects driving. And in this conclusion to their three-part overview of the issue, they ask a single question: is there a way South Africa could take the message of sober road use to such a diverse selection of drivers as ours?
Reading Time: 1 minuteStation Motors is a well-established business that specialises in the repair of vehicles under manufacturer’s warranty.
Reading Time: 1 minuteSouth Africa’s Retail Motor Industry organisation (RMI) has initiated a free safety check campaign aimed at ensuring that vehicles are fit for journeys undertaken over the Christmas holiday period.
Reading Time: 3 minutesWith many of us looking forward to the holiday time ahead and possibly a long drive to our holiday destination, now is a good time to know how to deal with a flat car battery.
Reading Time: 1 minuteThis week’s featured member is Tugela Panelbeaters, located in Ladysmith, Kwazulu-Natal.
Reading Time: 4 minutesTransUnion, a global leader in credit and information management, has released the latest South African Consumer Credit Index (CCI) report, which shows a decline in the index to 51.2 in the third quarter of 2015, down from a revised 53.6 in the second quarter. New account defaults and distressed borrowing levels have seen a marginal increase, although both indicators were relatively neutral and do not show either materially worsening or improving credit behaviour.
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC) in Rosslyn, Pretoria, has implemented an augmented-reality welding solution for its trainees, supplied by Sangari South Africa, an education solutions provider.
Reading Time: 1 minuteA number of surveys will be distributed to SAMBRA members in the near future, and we once again encourage all members to participate.
Reading Time: 1 minuteFor the first time, our Technical Vocational Education and Training system (TVET) is covered by a single Ministry that includes Education and Training in industry. Without a doubt, this is conducive towards bringing education and business together, writes the organisation’s CEO, Dr Raymond Patel.
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe RMI, being a dynamic and forward-thinking organisation, continuously searches for opportunities to change for the better and to remain relevant, dynamic and professional as the leading business voice in the automotive aftermarket. Accordingly, we have embraced change as a strategic imperative and have adopted transformation as a necessity.