Archive for August 2014 | Monthly archive page

The South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) in the past was responsible for both the establishment as well as the enforcement of standards within the industry. Today, the National Regulator on Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) has been appointed to do all inspections. As a company we believe that it is a step in the right direction

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As part of our regular search for improvements, cost savings and customer suggestions, Safari Conversions (Pty) Ltd is constantly upgrading where possible. As an end-user, we value your input at all times, without it we cannot improve our product! Our latest innovation is to use the existing vehicle wiper system for a fold-down windscreen instead

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Apart from the major replacement we have done for VUSWA (AVIS) Fleet Services for the SA National Parks, we have added Imbali, Rhino Walking Safaris (all in Kruger National Park), Ithala, Mkuze and Hilltop Camp (all in Ezemvillo KZN Wildlife), Kwalato, Mongena Lodge( in the Dinokeng area), DJ Syndico (in the Mjejane Reserve), Ivory Tree

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Vehicle Registrations and Classifications. Some registrations still confuses the Taxi Recapitalisation programme requirements with those of the normal Mini / Midibus requirements but huge progress has been made. Yellow reflective tape for instance are not compulsory on game viewer conversions (minibus class). Some authorities also disputes the classification of the vehicle as a minibus and

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