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Since the launch of the Arrive Alive Website in March 2003 road safety information from the website has been included in a numerous newspapers, magazines and other online media. These publications include some of the following:

Safe Travel Magazine

Real Magazine 

Arrivealive.Co.Za Update 31 August 2009

You/Huisgenoot

News24.Com

Imperial Auto Magazine

Nytimes.Com

BBC News

Lig Magazine

SHAPE

Road Matters December 2007

Traffic Focus

ITInews

Cosmopolitan

onRoute Magazine

Sandton Magazine

Fit Pregnancy

Road Ahead

Business Traveller Africa

Counseling for Different Phases of Life

Glamour Magazine

SA Journal of Child Health

Classic FM

Glamour Magazine

BloodBeat

Drum Magazine

Volkswagen Magazine

BHP Billiton Newsletter

Biz-Community.Com

Mens Health Magazine

Eagle Canyon Country Club Magazine

Femina Magazine

Crisis Call

IT Web.co.za

MoneyWeb.co.za

Reporter.co.za

Insurance-Times.Net

ZeeDiabetes.Co.Za

Rapport

Beeld

Die Burger

Volksblad

Citizen

 

VroueKeur

SABC

Bicycling Magazine

5fm

Ubuntu Radio

Sunday Times

Other Publications

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Safe storage of chemicals vital to avoid disastrous fires

Safe storage of chemicals vital to avoid disastrous fires

In the wake of the disaster at the northern Chinese port of Tianjin, Deidré Penfold, executive director of Chemical and Allied Industries Association (CAIA), reiterates that proper chemical storage is required to minimise the hazards associated with leaks, spills and accidental mixing of incompatible

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Toll Roads in South Africa

Toll Roads in South Africa

Why have toll roads? Roads form the main artery of economic competitiveness, growth and social development. To Build roads costs billions of rands. Toll roads assist us in meeting the demands of social services, which are important for the growth of our country. Toll roads accelerate the availability

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Cracked Windshield, Safe Driving and the Law

Cracked Windshield, Safe Driving and the Law

Windscreen damage remains a hazard and reality experienced by all South African motorists. Although windshield damage can result from a variety of causes, the most common is flying rocks and debris cast off from loads of commercial trucks as well as debris projected from road surfaces under construction. We

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Shatterprufe and Road Safety

Shatterprufe and Road Safety

In South Africa, most locally manufactured vehicles are fitted with an OE windscreen. The legislation also states that vehicle repairs should return the vehicle to its original state. Shatterprufe windscreens exceed SABS standards and are manufactured according to OE specifications. Shatterprufe also

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Windscreen Diagnostics

Windscreen Diagnostics

On the Arrive Alive website, we find a detailed discussion on the importance of the windscreen for road safety. We emphasize the importance of visibility through the windscreen for the roadworthiness of the vehicle as well as the importance of the windscreen for the structural integrity of the car. It

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Chip Repair and Windscreen Safety

Chip Repair and Windscreen Safety

Introduction Have you been driving with a small chip on your windscreen, fearful that it may expand into a running crack along with the windscreen? We decided to approach some of the experts for more information as to how and when such a chip can be repaired and when a windscreen would need to

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