Best to travel during the day along the N3, says Toll Concession
With the festive season upon us many people will be travelling for the holidays, some of whom will use the N3 Toll route, which happens to be one of the busiest freight routes in South Africa.
IOL is reporting on the N3 Toll Concession (N3TC), which has shared tips to travel safely during peak periods on the N3.
N3TC commercial manager Con Roux details some of these tips and statistics if you are travelling to KwaZulu-Natal this December.
He has pleaded with listeners to be accommodative of trucks and share the roads responsibly.
Night-time crashes, although there are fewer of them, tend to be far more severe. Theses statistics underscore our recommendation to rather travel during the day than at night.Con Roux, Commercial manager - N3 Toll Concession
The two methods of communication that we recommend are for motorists to follow us on Twitter @N3route or otherwise to telephone our 24/7 helpline. The number is 0800634357 for any information - the number may be used to report anything.Con Roux, Commercial manager - N3 Toll Concession
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