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Explaining Vehicle Recovery vs Vehicle Tracking

As a South African motorist, you have undoubtedly heard about vehicle recovery as well as vehicle tracking. While many people tend to lump these two services into the same category, there are both similarities and notable differences between the two.

How to use the Cartrack app

So, you’ve signed up with Cartrack, and now you’re eager to get going and enjoy the peace of mind that Cartrack is famous for providing to our clients. The best way to enjoy our world-class services and gain full value is to download our app.

Top tips for managing an emergency

Women’s Month in South Africa is about recognising the women in our country, saluting them for the contributions they have made and empowering them to continue being a positive influence on all of us.

SA’s most fuel-efficient cars

A few months ago, an internet meme made the rounds showing various payment methods including Visa, Mastercard, American Express and an Arm & Leg, the tagline on the meme was “Me trying to decide how I’ll be paying for fuel this month.” While it’s a humorous take on the matter, it’s certainly

Petrol price drops by nearly R1

After what seems to have been an endless stream of petrol increases, there is finally some relief on for beleaguered South African motorists and consumers.  On 3 July, 2019, the price of petrol dropped by 95 and 96 cents a litre for 95 and 93 grades, respectively, while Diesel dropped by 5 cents

Top tips when buying your next vehicle

Whether you’re looking at upgrading to a family-friendly set of wheels or investing in something sportier, choosing a new car can be challenging, especially in the current economic climate.

Best Family Cars to drive

While driving a flashy set of wheels is an ongoing goal for many motorists, the need to have a safe, reliable and functional vehicle is an even more important and realistic goal, especially for those who have a family.

Petrol price rises yet again

After taking a hit as recently as early April, South African motorists will once again have to brace themselves for a deep hit to their pockets this May.

How to stay safe on the roads this Easter

With the year in full swing and the pressures of the economy souring the mood of many people, South Africans are once again eagerly anticipating their annual Easter break and the chance to unwind and enjoy some much-needed family time.

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