Dealing with car trouble? Learn the process on how to log a complaint properly.
As we see another financial year come to an end, we celebrate the growth of RMI. We want to thank our members for the ongoing support.
False Bay TVET College and TETA (Transport Education Training Authority) are offering a FREE training opportunity for a National Certificate: Panel Beating NQF 2.
Lee Dutton, Executive Director of the International Vehicle Identification Desk (IVID) Southern Africa explains why an illegal vehicle in your possession never becomes legal. We also look at some helpful tips to prevent the purchase of an illegal vehicle.
Members of the South African Motor Body Repairers’ Association (SAMBRA) received the green light to officially implement Pay Before Release (PBR) – a necessary intervention to effectively protect SAMBRA member businesses and their cash flow from Insurer failure and poor payment administration, especially within the intermediary space of the insurance industry.
The introduction of Pay before Release places a burden on you as SAMBRA members to act responsibly and provide your insurance partners with speedy and efficient administration to ensure the delays in repaired vehicle deliveries are kept to the absolute minimum.
Mazda Southern Africa will no longer accept requests for RFC’s on panel parts unless they receive a letter from the Insurer stating that the vehicle has been written off as a Code 3.
Your car is smarter than you think! Here’s why:
As climate change becomes more of a focus point within the Automotive industry. Carbon Tax being one of the most obvious ways to implement a change but what does this actually mean? Does it impact the South African motorists behaviour? We listen to an invited expert of panelists at the WITS School of Business discuss these questions.
A recent report conducted by specialist consultancy B&M Analysts was recently published. We look at this report and why increased localisation may mean growth opportunities for local suppliers.