Are you travelling over the long weekend? Ensure that your vehicle is top condition BEFORE you start your journey!
What are your rights at a roadblock? What can you expect when pulled over? Women on Wheels take a look at the Do’s and Dont’s at roadblocks…
Audatex Information Sessions will be held on a national basis over the next couple of months. These information sessions are free of charge and facilitated by Randall Langenhoven from SAMBRA.
If your vehicle gets broken into, hijacked, stolen, or damaged in an accident, the unexpected costs for repairs or replacement can be extremely high. Here are a few tips to consider for when you insure your vehicle.
In your lifetime, you could be involved in a fender bender, have your windows smashed, hit a waterbank too hard or end up on the losing side of a driveway hijacking. Should you be unfortunate enough to be involved in a bad vehicle related incident at some point, you need to know how to handle your insurance.
Members are invited to attend the SAMBRA Audatex Information Session and General Meeting for the region to take place on 22 May 2018. This is an exellent opportunity for members who use Audatex, and have a basic/advanced understanding of the system, to learn more about Audatex and meet other SAMBRA members.
The latest Rand Mutual Assurance Company Limited (RMA) newsletter is out. Don’t miss out on important and valuable information on topics like the importance of reporting injuries, the need for submitting medical reports, and more…
The Ombudsman for Short-term Insurance released its annual report on 18 April 2018, and driving under the influence is noted as an ongoing problem for the South African insurance industry, as reported by Charlene Steenkamp for the Sowetan.
If you lost your Trade Certificate, help is at hand. Depending on whether you received your certificate before or after 2013, read on for more information on the actions you need to take to apply for a replacement.
Unfortunately, South African drivers tend to attribute the blame to ‘other drivers’ without assessing their own driving behaviours….