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AA resumes all services in KwaZulu-Natal

AA resumes all services in KwaZulu-Natal

The Automobile Association (AA) is pleased to notify its Members, corporate customers, and the public that it has resumed full operations in KwaZulu-Natal following the grounding of its fleet in the province last week. “The decision to scale down operations in KZN was...
Fuel hammered from all sides

Fuel hammered from all sides

NOTE TO EDITORS: The Automobile Association (AA) does not regulate or adjust fuel prices in South Africa, nor does it have any input in how the fuel prices are calculated. Fuel prices are officially calculated and adjusted on the first Wednesday of every month by the...
Firmer oil pushes fuel higher

Firmer oil pushes fuel higher

PLEASE TAKE NOTE: The Automobile Association (AA) does not regulate or adjust fuel prices in South Africa, nor does it have any input in how the fuel prices are calculated. Fuel prices are officially calculated and adjusted on the first Wednesday of every month by the...
Roll-out of AARTO mired in confusion

Roll-out of AARTO mired in confusion

With 1 July now just a day away, details of the planned roll-out of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) are still lacking and it is becoming increasingly urgent for government, and the Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA), to inform the...