The Western Cape government on Friday urged those getting behind the wheel to be cautious this festive season.
JOHANNESBURG – With traffic volumes only expected to slow down after the new year, the Western Cape government on Friday urged those getting behind the wheel to be cautious.
“We plead with and urge all road users to observe the rules of the road and never drink and drive. Ensure that your vehicle is roadworthy, and be patient and don’t speed_kevindonovan,” said provincial traffic spokesperson Jandré Bakker.
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