Stay safe! How to avoid a hijacking [infographic]

Posted by Charl Grobler on 19 Mar 2018

Avoid a hijackingEvery motorist should do an anti-hijack driving course – it can be a life-saving decision. Here’s a quick overview of what this entails.

In 2017, there was a 14.5% increase in hijackings across South Africa, so how do you keep you and your family safe? Well first of all, buy a Suzuki - we’re one of the least hijacked cars in South Africa.

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But in all seriousness, here are some expert tips to follow:

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The above tips are a broad overview of steps drivers can take to reduce their risk of being hijacked, or to mitigate the risk in the event of a hijacking. We can’t overemphasise how important it is to do an anti-hijack driving course – they’re a crucial part of keeping yourself and your loved ones safe on the road.

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