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New lanes opened at Zambesi Toll Plaza

Good news from Bakwena Platinum N1N4 in terms of minimising traffic delays at toll plazas is that two additional lanes at the on-ramp at the Zambesi Toll Plaza on the N1 freeway have now been opened. This will be followed

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FleetwatchOctober 25, 2016 at 9:42am
Here's the happy group of transport operators from around the country who attended today's FleetWatch 'Mini' Brake &Tyre Watch event. T'was a great day of learning, interaction and cameradrie among truckers all aiming to raise standards and make a positive difference in our great industry. FleetWatch salutes you all.
Fleetwatch added 10 new photos — at Donkerhoek Weighbridge.October 25, 2016 at 1:55am
Successful day at the Brake & Tyre Watch for Operators which included 57 delegates from various truck operations around the country. It was great interacting with the actual transport operators and feedback received was very positive. Thank you for all that attended. Another shocking result ending in 2 out of 3 trucks suspended!

Thank you to our incredible loyal trainers and partners for attending - #Bridgestone #Wabco #SARF #SANRAL #StandardBank #CSIR #BPW

More photos to follow shortly!
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Always ensure before setting off on a trip that your load is secured. You never know...
Fleetwatch shared their photo.October 24, 2016 at 1:36am
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