By the time you’ve received the call that your driver has caused a 5 car pile-up, and insurance WON’T pay, it’s too late…
Every day we hear of the most horrific accounts of motor vehicle accidents in South Africa. It’s not surprising when it is estimated that 1 in 3 driver’s licences have been fraudulently obtained and that on average 50% of Zimbabwean truck drivers possess fraudulent Defensive Driving Certificates (DDC’s).
What We Offer
Verify the Validity of the driver’s licence including the code, date issued, expiry date and license number.
Professional Driving Permit
Verify the Validity of the driver’s license including the code, date issued, expiry date, licence number and the validity of the Professional Drivers Permit (PrDP).
Driver Accident History
Report on any accidents the candidate has been involved in lodged on the e-Natis System.
Defensive Driving Certificate (DDC)
Any Zimbabwean driver who is employed to drive a heavy commercial vehicle in South Africa must be a holder of a Defensive Driving Certificate (DDC) in addition to his Zimbabwean issued driver’s licence. The DDC is valid for four (4) years. Drivers who are in contravention of this shall be guilty of an offence and liable to either a fine or imprisonment for a period not exceeding six months or both.
Other African Countries
Driver licence checks.