As we edge closer to the festive season, our roads become nightmarish once more. Although to be fair, that’s pretty much a year-round thing these days.
A reckless truck driver was filmed speed weaving in and out of lanes, almost crashing into oncoming traffic more than once.
In his defence, he was at least well prepared for the torrid weather conditions.
Drivers have been killed and others injured over the past week, with more than 30 trucks torched in a series of violent attacks.
Four trucks delivering goods to bring relief to areas in need were attacked and looted on Monday.
Spare a thought for this poor truck driver, who reacted in a truly South African way to almost being run off the road.
A truck driver was killed in a deadly head-on collision with another truck between Kriel and Bethal in Mpumalanga last Friday. The footage is harrowing.
Driving between PE and East London, a truck driver began driving erratically. When fellow drivers saw what was going on, they offered help.
South Africa’s roads are notorious for being safety hazards, and here are two prime examples of what can go wrong on just about any day.
When trucks take on a platooning formation they save fuel and costs – but when they employ an autonomous driving software it’s a game changer.
Anyone who has ever driven long-distance has wished that they could hand over the reins to some kind of automated system. That day is upon us.
If this is your thing, then you shall enjoy the sheer size and speed at which this thing goes without toppling over (which is what I imagined it to do). Also, a great stocking filler.
You haven’t started driving on the open road for real unless you’ve overtaken a few trucks, right? If you’re going to drive far, you’re going to get stuck behind trucks – that’s a fact. Problem is you never pass them, because it’s just too hard to see around them..