Eastern Cape and Border Region Member News. Fifteen of the twenty audited members passed the inspection and are now certified on the new national standard. They will receive their certificate from Bureau Veritas soon.
Apart from its license, insurance is the biggest grudge purchase car owners must make. But what has the biggest effect on the price of your premium when buying a used car and is there anything you can do to keep it as low as possible?
Applications to become a Mazda Recommended Repairer have reopened and will now be reviewed on a quarterly basis. We urge all accredited SAMBRA members to submit their applications as soon as possible. Current Recommended Repairers will receive new letters of recommendation from Mazda.
All major insurers have embraced the National Grading Criteria as the Industry Standard, and it is crucial that SAMBRA members finalise the necessary audits and registration with Bureau Veritas. The provisional deadline for accreditation is 30 September 2018.
VDQ are in the process to start with the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process. The RPL process is a mechanism to give members recognition for their relevant qualifications, learnings and work experience related to the VDQ qualification.
What should you do if you find yourself in an accident? Women on Wheels share 12 tips on what to do should this happen.
Ask your mechanic the right questions to ensure that your vehicle is serviced correctly. Start with these basic questions to create an open and frank dialogue with your mechanic.
As of 1 April 2018, the effective VAT rate will rise from 14% to 15%. This increase will affect the core Abuntex calculation and the invoices on AudaInvoice.
Car insurance is a must for every motorist, and you are spoilt for choice with all the options available to you in South Africa. But do you understand the insurance jargon?
Did you know that SARS encourages employers to benefit from allowances available regarding learner and/or apprentice training?