Widespread changes will come into effect on 1 July this year that will affect every person in South Africa who intends buying, servicing or repairing a motor vehicle.
According to Justice Project South Africa (JPSA), drivers are at risk because of so-called 'capture errors' that see speed-based infringements captured on camera being erroneously recorded.
Around 40% of SA drivers use their cellphones while driving, according to statistics. This leads to 'inattention blindness', a phenomenon where a driver will not notice changes in their environment such as an approaching stop sign, a traffic light turning red, or a pedestrian in the road. It continues for a few seconds even after the driver puts down the cellphone and looks at the road ahead.
There are inconsistencies in the investment advice process, while the investment advice process can be extremely noisy. A landmark study done by Momentum, in partnership with Oxford Risk in the UK and South Africa’s Financial Planning Institute, shed some light on this.
We are more connected than ever, yet we are more disconnected than ever. The pandemic has highlighted the need for human interaction and meaningful connection. Now may be the opportune time to connect with your client and build on your financial relationship.