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Code 8 or 10 License + PDP Drivers wanted urgently

June 17th, 2014  |  Published in driving licenses

apply hereLulaway Smart Recruitment have driver jobs available for Code 8 and Code 10 Licensed drivers with PDP. Gauteng’s Department of Social Development has recognised these barriers to entry, as well as our company’s efforts to rectify these inefficiencies, and have decided thrown their full support behind the Lulaway project. They hosted an event in June 2012, where many business leaders were invited and asked to invest in this project by using Lulaway for their entry level and semi skilled recruiting.

The response was overwhelming and combined with the Department opening of 10 Luluway Job Centres and commitment to open another 10 in remote areas, it means we can really begin to bring a lot more valuable employment opportunities and support structures to areas deprived of the necessary technologies.

Should you wish to apply for a Driver Job in Gauteng for Code 8, Code 10 + PDP or motorbike (code A) jobs. Enter your name, cell phone number here & Lulaway will contact you.

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Faster driver’s licence with digital tool

July 8th, 2012  |  Published in driving licenses

New Technology Helps You Get Your Driver’s Licence Before The Law Changes

Cape Town, South Africa. In proposed amendments to the National Road Traffic Act getting your drivers license, which already is a stressful and time consuming process, will take up to 12 months longer. New technology developed by iDRIVE.co.za now simplifies the process, enabling you to pass your license before the laws change.

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After years of research and testing the new system is designed to provide learner drivers with all the training, resources and qualified driving instructors required to become a licensed driver.

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New South African Driving License Laws Coming

June 28th, 2012  |  Published in driving licenses

In proposed amendments to the National Road Traffic Act that were announced in a Government Gazette on 8 June 2012 the following new requirements could come into effect when obtaining your driver’s license in South Africa.

Provisional License

One you pass your K53 test you’ll be granted a temporary (provisional) license which will be valid for one year. You will then get a ‘real’ license if you meet the following criteria:

  • The applicant must be on probation for a period not exceeding 12 months.
  • You must submit a duly completed provisional driving licence logbook, signed by you and by an authorised officer.
  • Hold a valid provisional driving licence that is not suspended.
  • You must always display a red letter P at the back of the vehicle, and it must be clearly visible – and the colour clearly distinguishable – from a distance of 20 metre behind the vehicle.

Suspension of provisional driving licence

Your Provisional Driving Licence will be suspended for 24 months if, within 12 months of obtaining the licence, you have:

  • committed six traffic offences
  • been found guilty in respect of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, or a drug having a narcotic effect, or with alcohol in your blood or breath
  • exceeded the prescribed speed limit
  • carried more than the permitted number of passengers for which the seating capacity allows
  • operated a motor vehicle between midnight and 4 am
  • not complete the provisional driving licence logbook on all trips undertaken within a minimum driving time of 60 hours

iDRIVE.co.za welcomes any proposed laws that will make roads safer for all South Africans. If you prefer to get your driver’s license before these new proposed laws come into effect now is the time to find a quality driving school to help you through the process. Read more about the proposed laws at the GavinHoole.ws.