Warning: Undefined array key "url" in /usr/www/users/drivemr/wp-content/themes/enfold/config-templatebuilder/avia-shortcodes/postslider/postslider.php on line 834


World Day of Remembrance Notice
, ,

UN World Remembrance Day for Road Traffic Victims

Sunday 18th November 2018 marked the UN World Remembrance Day for Road Traffic Victims. Drive More Safely hosted the UN World Remembrance Day in McGregor on the 18th November 2018. Guest speaker was Minister Donald Grant, the Western Cape Minister of Transport and Public works,

Joining forces to educate road users

Joining forces is a key aim of Drive More Safely, and what an amazing honor it is to work alongside the Provincial Traffic and South African Police Services officers, sharing our knowledge and transferring it to our road users, and scholars to ensure that they are safer and more responsible when using our roads.
Pedestrian Crossing
, ,

Pedestrian safety

Did you know that 38% of fatalities on our roads are those of pedestrians! Drive More Safely encourages you to be part of saving lives by getting involved and ensuring that there are pedestrian crossings in your area!

Truck Driver Achieves One Million Kilometres Accident Free

On the 28th July 2017, we had the honor to hand over a certificate of achievement to Charles Stevens, a heavy vehicle driver, for achieving one million accident free kilometers. Upon receiving this certificate, Charles said that he has been…

Pre-school & Primary School Project

PRE-SCHOOLS AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS K.I.D.S EDUCARE 19th October 2010, what a exciting day. We prepared to take 85 kiddies from K.I.D.S. Educare and Bay Primary School to the Hillstar Junior traffic centre for some road safety training in a…

Road Accidents By Alida Jones

Research during the mid 70’s and 80’s found that by lowering the speed brought along a decrease in fatal road accidents. We should also note that very high levels of self-discipline and self-regulation amongst South-African road users…

High School Projects

The grade 10 learners from the Masiphumelele High School participated in a competition for Road Safety by entering an essay on the topic “What will I do the to change Road Safety in South Africa” Drive More Safely (DMS) a local NPO on…