How to assess opportunity and reduce risk


AARTO when

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There is little doubt that recent events are leading to a lot of speculation on future investment in the road transport industry, especially here in South Africa. For a number of reasons, which needless to say up the stakes enormously given the country’s negative growth projections - 7,2%, high unemployment and penurious community that could remain so for years to come.

At this point it is impossible to speculate on the outcome of these events in the short, medium and longer terms, however, lockdown legislation and it’s longer effects on the macroeconomy will no doubt be felt for some considerable period but meantime distress the demand for road transport and soften rates.



Read on to learn how we provide Operators with compelling strategies to closely monitor and fine-tune profitability and viability within the bounds of compliance with Road Traffic Legislation and pending AARTO points penalty system  - soon to be implemented and enforced by The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) established in terms of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Act 46 of 1998. 


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