Festive season: Motorists urged to exercise caution

JOHANNESBURG – CEO of Master Driver Eugene Herbet and Police Minister Fikile Mbalula have warned all motorists to drive with quotation and avoid unnecessary accidents during the festive season.

“We are in that time of the year again; I know that everyone is very excited as bonuses are kicking in but I urge people to enjoy responsible, don’t drink and drive and lets get to 2018 whilst we still alive,” said Herbet.

Herbet also encouraged everyone who drink to use alternative modes of transport like taxis to transport them to their destined destinations.

“We are very worried because of reckless driving during this time of the year, many lives have been lost over the past years because people are failing to be responsible, I urge everyone to at least use alternative modes of transport,” added Herbert.

Police Minister also expressed concerns of reckless driving and has also urged all motorists to drive responsible, adding that the police will do everything in its power to arrest unlicensed as well as drunk drivers

Mbalula added that the police will be very instrumental in reducing crime during and after the festive season.

“Our police officers have a big role in ensuring a peaceful and safe festive season, all unlicensed and drunk drivers including criminals will be thrown behind bars and enjoy their festive inside,” he said.

Mbalula and Herbet both wished all South Africans a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.


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