South Africa is well known for a rich history in mining and the export of mineral resources.

With the 10th largest road network in the world and a heavy reliance on road freight transport, it is to be expected that motorists often share the roads with the transporters of dangerous goods.

Are we aware of the risks presented by the transport of dangerous goods and what can we expect from the operators in this industry?

Do we know how to share the roads with dangerous goods vehicles and how to react when arriving at the scene of a road crash of a dangerous goods vehicle?

To answer these questions and to gain further insights into the transport of dangerous goods we approached some of the experts in the industry.

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