Shayela Approved is a service provider to the South African Insurance Association (SAIA) providing the necessary standards for insured and other driver education.
The necessary survival skills are provided to Shayela Partners which are the Driver Training Organisations throughout South Africa. We are proud to have designed programs unique to South African conditions which will assist in the reduction of the unacceptable carnage on our roads.
Once you have successfully completed the Shayela Approved Defensive Driver Course at your chosen approved driving school, you will be equipped with the necessary skills to deal with the poor situation on our roads and will also be rewarded with a reduction in your insurance fees. This certification is valid for two years.
We also provide a certification mechanism for setting saftey standards via our stringent testing programs:
We have identified the need to certify the correct SABS and Shayela Approved fitment standards of tow bars to vehicles via a certified and trained fitment centre. For all driver safety we have assessed and approved a tyre solution additive that dramatically reduces the chances of a puncture or blow out.
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Trucking to Disaster? 24 Jun 09 | Read More » by Basil Mann
Shayela Approved (Pty) Ltd
During the past few months Shayela has been involved in learning more about the TETA training criteria which is supposed to earn credits for drivers and encourages companies to claim for the completed training, IESHHH. The ...
On road safety and the importance of driver training 16 Feb 09 | Read More » IN THE FAST LANE
autoinsight, January 2009
by Peter Burroughes
News that the road death toll over the holiday period dropped by around 40% was almost as good as the Proteas beating Australia 2-0 in the cricket test series Down Under. While the number of fatalities ...
A person named in an insurance policy to receive all or part of the benefits provided by the policy upon the death of the insured. The beneficiary can, under certain circumstances, be the insured’s estate, a creditor, or a corporation.