'Remember that you drive not only for yourself but for other road users'

The Easter holidays are upon us, which means most of you will be travelling over the weekend.

Aside form December, this time of the year results in some road carnage in South Africa.

Masterdrive CEO Eugene Herbert shares some tips on how to ensure you drive safely.

Herbert explains how time is a huge factor.

Plan your trips so that you don't leave with a massive congestion.

Eugene Herbert, CEO - Masterdrive

If you travel amid the traffic congestion, be patient.

There are a couple of things that we advocate. Accept the fact that the traffic is heavy. Make up your mind that you may well arrive at your destination later than anticipated and drive accordingly.

Eugene Herbert, CEO - Masterdrive

Remember that you drive not only for yourself but for other road users.

Eugene Herbert, CEO - Masterdrive

Herbert emphasises the fact that one should not drink and drive. He also says one must ensure that children are buckled up.

Click on the link below to hear the full conversation...


This article first appeared on 702 : 'Remember that you drive not only for yourself but for other road users'


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