The Emergency Numbers You Need to Know When Driving on SA Roads

Put them on speed dial RN

From rock-throwing, to hijackings and tragic accidents, there are a number of dangers that motorists face when driving on the N2 and other highways.

While many of these incidents cannot be predicted, you can always be prepared. In the case of any emergency, it’s a good idea to put these numbers on speed dial!

10111 – Police Services

10177 – Ambulance Services

112 – Emergency Services Call Centre

0800-656463 – The N2 Emergency number

Women On Wheels also has a list of tips for frequent N2 drivers. We urge everyone to please take note, as these incidents are serious and you don’t want to find yourselves in a situation like this, especially if you’re a woman driving alone.

This post was originally published on Womenonwheels.co.za.

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