How you can help map out South Africa's ultimate road trip

MotorHappy, a subsidiary of Imperial, has called on South Africans to help map out the country’s best road trips on their Ultimate Journey website.

Using submissions, travelers will highlight their favorite location and have their friends vote.

Until 30 June 2017, MotorHappy will gather the data and put together the most scenic routes to get there.

Barend Smit, Marketing Director for MotorHappy shares more on the campaign.

What we hope to get out of this is all the hidden gems that people do not know about.

Barend Smit, Marketing Director for MotorHappy

Its really to start finding these places and put them on a map.

Barend Smit, Marketing Director for MotorHappy

Click below to listen to the full interview...


This article first appeared on 702 : How you can help map out South Africa's ultimate road trip


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