Approved Mazda Recommended Repairers – structural or non-structural – can now order their signage from the SAMBRA head office.
According to Arrive Alive, 85-90% of road crashes can be attributed to driver error. But you can do your bit to reduce this statistic through a skill called Defensive Driving. Read more about it here…
There is currently a massive skills and artisan shortage in South Africa, and in today’s economic climate, trained artisans have a much better chance of being employed as an apprentice – which can lead to attractive and lucrative prospects. If you love cars and art, becoming a spray painter is a great way to combine your passions…
Correct restraint of children in vehicles is often overlooked, with disasterous consequences. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety have put together an educational video on the correct way to restrain children for the best safety in vehicle crashes.
Automated vehicle safety systems are no longer a thing of the future. Research shows that these systems are preventing accidents and improving road safety.
When it comes to plastic repair, there is no one size fits all approach. You need to ensure that your process is the most streamlined and cost effective for your shop.
Recklessness and driver distraction are among the causes for high and growing pedestrian road accident statistics. Does the dawn of driverless cars offer the promise of improving these safety records?
Are you an approved Mazda Recommended Repairer? You may now order your signage from SAMBRA! These signboards are only manufactured on order, so hurry!
Structural repairers, Auto Tech Panelbeaters, may only have been SAMBRA members since 2015, but this business has been making waves in Jeffreys Bay since the 90s!
The Western Cape Government is committed to promote the power of work-based learning through apprenticeships. SAMBRA Western Cape Regional Representative Randall Langenhoven was recently invited to speak at the Provincial Artisan Development Conference…