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Rescue Care Paramedics as well as the Durban Fire Department and Metro Police are currently on the scene of a building on fire at 320 West Street in Durban Central. At this stage firefighters are still trying to contain the blaze. Rescue Care Paramedics are on standby however no injuries have been
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Safely Sharing the Roads With Trucks - Avoiding Blind Spots And No-Go Zones
Front no-go zone Cutting in front of a truck can be a fatal mistake. At 80km/h, it takes the length of about a rugby field (100 metres) for a truck to come to a complete stop. Safety tips: Allow at lease one car length for every 16km/h you are travelling before merging in front of a truck. When
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Safely Sharing the Roads With Trucks - Trucks Can't Stop Like Cars
A 56 tonne, fully loaded truck weighs 20 times more than an average car. Even with terrific braking systems, trucks cannot stop as quickly as passenger vehicles. Infographics from Barloworld Transport Also view Safely Sharing the Roads With Trucks - Trucks Make Wide Turns Safely Sharing
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Brave runners brace scorching Karoo sun for 400 km to raise awareness about human trafficking along the N1
One of South Africa’s top long distance runners is taking the lead to raise awareness about human trafficking during 16 Days of Activism when he attempts to run 400 km in four days through the Karoo with a team of activists for the Put Your Foot Down campaign from 6 to 10 December. Hilton Murray
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JMPD traffic official investigated for corruption at Sandton roadblock
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JMPD traffic official investigated for corruption at Sandton roadblock
A JMPD traffic officer may soon find that the senior investigative journalist from the well known Carte Blanche may not be the person to aim your attempt at getting a bribe. Tony Beamish, senior investigative journalist from Carte Blanche, shared some footage of this incident from his dashcam
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Barloworld Transport shares important Road Safety Messages
Also view; Barloworld and Safely Sharing Roads with Trucks Safely Sharing the Roads With Trucks – Avoiding Blind Spots And No-Go Zones Safely Sharing the Roads With Trucks – Trucks Make Wide Turns Safely Sharing the Roads With Trucks – Avoid Cutting in Front of a Trucks Safely Sharing …
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Safely Sharing the Roads With Trucks - Avoid Cutting in Front of a Truck
Rear-view mirror When passing, if you can see the entire front of the truck in your rear-view mirror, it's safe to merge back into the lane. Passing trucks When passing a truck, allow one car length for every 16km/h per hour. For example, if you're travelling 60km/h leave four car
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Safely Sharing the Roads With Trucks - Trucks Make Wide Turns
Don't crowd an intersection Many intersections are marked with stop lines, indicating where a driver must come to a complete stop. Crowding an intersection leaves your vehicle exposed to vehicles that are attempting to turn. Watch for indicator Watch the truck's turning signal to see
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Road safety is everyone’s business – whether you are in the driving seat or just a passenger
This holiday season our country’s national roads will again be very busy as people are heading on their annual December vacation. One of the roads that becomes extremely busy during the peak holiday season, is the N3, which links Gauteng, through parts of the Free State and Mpumalanga, to KwaZulu-Natal. N3
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Stop and Do what you have Indicated to Do at Intersections!!
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To develop an effective road safety information portal that will enhance awareness of road safety and save lives
Introduction
The construction of the web site www.arrivealive.co.za has been inspired by the efforts worldwide to promote road safety and the need for public awareness. The power of the internet as an educational tool can not be disputed and the creation of a high quality information portal will compliment the sterling work that has been done by the Ministry of Transport to date. It is not the intention of the developers to divert any attention away from the Arrive Alive campaign or to pass-off as the official Arrive Alive website, but rather to enhance and provide more information on these and other international efforts to improve road safety.
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