Motorists can expect fuel prices to drop slightly across the board in November as a result of a decline in the oil price in recent weeks.
Drone strikes on Saudi Arabia’s Abqaiq oil refinery have wrought chaos on world oil markets, making the forecasting of the oil price more difficult, the Automobile Association (AA) said on Tuesday (17 September).
The Automobile Association (AA) has said the petrol price for South Africa is expected to decrease next month.
More than 52% of motorists believe there is nothing government can do to convince them to start paying their e-tolls on Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project roads, according to the AA.
The number one reason for the boycott, according to motorists.
With Government set to decide on the future of e-tolls before the end of August, the Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) has warned that the current model for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) has failed and will continue to fail if pursued.
The only fair and sensible approach is to immediately suspend e-tolling in Gauteng and reimburse consumers who have paid e-tolls since 2013, says the Automobile Association.
And says motorists who have paid tolls in the last six years should be reimbursed.
The AA said that South African motorists can expect an increase in petrol prices in August, quoting unaudited mid-month fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund.
Automobile Association (AA) has published a new Entry-Level Vehicle Safety Report assessing the safety features on entry-level vehicles in South Africa. It finds that more needs to be done in this segment, despite recent improvements.