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Rather be safe than sorry

Sadly, crime is a reality not just in South Africa, but in many countries in the world. But we believe it’s better to be prepared rather than paranoid, so I’ve put together a couple of extra-safe safety precautions to keep you, your car and your stuff protected every day of the year. By now you should all know about how […]

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Roadside assistance….The unsung hero

Everyone has a story about a car breakdown, but the most interesting ones hardly ever include roadside assistance coming to the rescue. Let’s face it, there’s just no drama in that news. You’d rather hear about how someone was stranded for hours, had awkward ‘local’ encounters or spent the night fighting off baboons, right? However, when you put two tales […]

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Hidden gems for your next mini break

It’s hard to believe that we’re already in March… Where is the year going? And more importantly, now that we’re officially at the end of the first quarter of 2015, where are you going to celebrate? Mini-breaks are a great South African tradition. Simply take a half day’s leave on a Friday, drive out to somewhere close enough to be […]

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Insurance claims tips

  “Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall Humpty Dumpty had a great fall All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty together again”   Let’s get one thing straight, King Price would never leave you in pieces. That being said, we could only offer dear old Humpty our full support if he provided us with the […]

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Hitch a ride with the king

We’ve all attended an awesome party, work function or date with friends, where the energy is electric, the liquor flowing, and no one wants the fun to end. Unfortunately, the night always winds down, guests leave and you slowly realise that it definitely isn’t a good idea to drive home.

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Power to the people!

How to stay productive when the lights are out… Load shedding….Rolling blackouts….Generator jubilation…. Whatever you want to call it, at some point in your life, as a working South African, you’ll be faced with having the lights go out when you’ve got things to do. The problem of power outages has long been tackled by appliances that try to provide […]

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