How Lyceum is leading the change in road safety across South Africa

Motorists who don’t follow road rules will be allocated points for traffic offences and eventually, the driver could lose their licence. Picture: Armand Hough/African News Agency(ANA)Human error is blamed for 86% of all incidents, with road and vehicle faults accounting for less than one-in-seven traffic collisions.

A total of 629,661 vehicles were stopped at 539 roadblocks nationwide with 231,937 traffic fines issued to motorists for various transgressions.The stats are astonishing.

However, the fight for road safety across South Africa can still be won, by having dedicated metro and traffic officials who will diligently enforce the rules of the road.

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