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If a driver of a vehicle, at the time when the vehicle is involved in or contributes to any accident in which any person is killed or injured or suffers damage in respect of any property, including a vehicle, or animal, must report the accident to a police or traffic officer at the scene of the accident as soon as possible, unless he or she is incapable of doing so by reason of injuries sustained by him or her in the accident.
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Getting behind the wheel after drinking alcohol should not be an option. People should always use an alternative option, such as getting a lift with someone else, Uber, or using a taxi. Besides the fact that drinking and driving could cost you or someone else their life, it also has severe legal consequences.
Since 2011 the City of Cape Town: Traffic By-Law, 2011 has made it possible for an authorised officer to confiscate your cellular device if you are caught using it in your car while driving. If you end up getting caught red-handed, these are a few things you should know to make sure that all the correct procedures are followed when your cellular device gets confiscated.
The popularity of road cycling as a competitive sport and a form of transportation is on the rise. This naturally leads to major safety concerns and serious accidents among both groups of road users.
Dis die klassieke geval: Mandie ry 31 km/h oor die maksimum snelheidsperk in 'n poging om tred te hou met die res van die motors op die pad. Sy is onder die indruk dat sy bloot by die vloei van die verkeer hou toe sy skielik flitsende ligte in haar truspieël sien. Mandie aanvaar verkeersboetes as 'n “lewensfeit“ en beskou oortredings as die buig van reëls eerder as die pleeg van 'n misdaad.
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