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Prince Michael International Road Safety Award 2016

Wheel Well is honoured and proud to have been nominated by Bakwena N1N4 Toll Road which resulted in WheelWell receiving the Prince Michael International Road …

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Report: GRSP Africa Seminar August 2014

Introduction The Global Road Safety Partnership Africa‚Äôs 3rd Annual Seminar was held at the Cape Sun from 11 to 12 August 2014. The theme was …

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ROAD RAGE: The Science Behind It

Road rage is something that affects all drivers. At best, an incident can cast a black cloud on your day and negatively alter your mood; …

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5 Steps To Ensure Safer Drivers

When it comes to safety, the biggest variable facing fleet managers are drivers. While no two drivers are alike, safety programs can do quite a …

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Driving Do’s & Don’ts

And so starts another period in which work is interrupted by public holidays and extended vacations. Along with that sadly, comes the inevitable fatalities and …

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Rear-facing Child Seat Is Best

US paediatricians recommend that parents keep their children in rear-facing safety seats until the age of two, citing better protection for toddlers. The American Academy …

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Driving with Children

We have reached that time of the year where holiday makers pack their vehicles in preparation for their year end expedition to one or other …

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4 Steps To Safety

The Right Seat Matters A crash can happen any time-even if you are a good driver. It is important to use the right type of …

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Peggy Mars ensure a tiny baby gets a safer ride

December Road Safety Campaign with Wheel Well

Women in Road Safety (a forum of The Road Safety Foundation) will be conducting a road safety campaign from 14th to 16th December 2013. The …

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Fourty (40) A Day

In South Africa, motor vehicle collisions are part of our daily lives as an average of about 40 people are killed on South African roads …

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