This is what the ‘trucks only’ entrance to the BP Ridge Oasis on the N3 looks like. And it’s been like this for years.
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C’mon BP – this mess shows no respect to your trucking customers

Disgusting! Shocking! Horrible! Ghastly! Repulsive! There are many more words I could use to describe the entrance for trucks pulling into the BP Ridge Oasis on the south-bound side of the N3 in KwaZulu-Natal – and none of them would

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Fleetwatch added 7 new photos.June 30, 2017 at 12:13am
A horror crash on the N3 early this morning near Estcourt on the south bound side resulted in three deaths in the horrendous fires which engulfed and destroyed three trucks. No details of the cause available at this stage.
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FleetWatch popped in for a meeting this morning at GRW and pleased to see the factory pumping out fuel tankers, dairy tankers, tautliners, refrigerated semis and rigid bodies. Keeping the wheels of the economy running and the people of Worcester employed. This company is a true asset to South Africa.
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