Whether AARTO is coming or not, it is of paramount importance to continually educate and remind your drivers of the important role they play in your business and the safety of everyone on our roads. With a range of informative MiniCHARTs ranging from traffic signs, appropriately identified with SADC reference numbers and the legal meaning of each sign, to Dangerous Goods, explaining requirements for vehicle placarding, understanding Safety Data Sheets, Dangerous Goods Vehicle Inspection and Compatibility charts, drivers are constantly reminded of essential information.

Illustrated Guide to SADC Driving Licences
Size: A3 (425 mm x 303 mm) or A2 (600 mm x 426 mm) – fully encapsulated chart
This MiniCHART clearly and fully explains the driving licence classification system. It shows what vehicles may be driven under each licence code as well as what other vehicles the code authorises and gives the old code equivalents

It explains the restriction endorsements on vehicles and drivers, what the information on the driving licence card means, covers the validity of foreign licences and permits, lists the learner codes, the licence groups, PrDP categories and age restrictions. Also incorporated, is a useful user-friendly flow chart to determine when a PrDP is required and, if so, what category.

Available in English or Afrikaans, these MiniCHARTs assist drivers of articulated or rigid vehicles perform their daily vehicle inspection thoroughly. By making a series of simple checks before you get into your vehicle, you can prevent incidents and save lives.

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