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Win A R2 500 Battery Centre Voucher

One lucky Mosadi subscriber could win a R2 500 Battery Centre voucher valid for 1 year.


Battery Centre is an iconic brand with a rich history of more than 50 years. Expert advice and specialist fitment of car, leisure, motorcycle, start-stop, truck batteries and standby solutions, Battery Centre is known as South Africa’s leading battery specialists. They offer nationwide warranties on their products at more than 150 Battery Centre franchises nationwide.

Battery Centre cares about the safety of South African women and shares the following safety tips for female motorists. These tips will keep you moving safely, allowing you to add to your memories.

Pay attention to your surroundings Always be vigilant when approaching your parked vehicle and while driving. As tempting as it may be, don’t unlock your car before you reach it. And, make sure it’s safe before you get into your vehicle. On the road, check your blind spots regularly, and keep track of vehicles driving behind you. If you see anything suspicious, or you’re not feeling comfortable, drive to a safe space as quickly as possible, and call for help.

Keep valuables in the boot or cubbyhole Always keep valuables such as bags, computers and phones out of sight while driving. This precaution can help prevent unnecessary anxiety while navigating through traffic or stopping at well-known smash and grab intersections.

Maintain a safe distance No matter the driving circumstances, it’s essential always to keep a safe following distance from the car ahead of you. This distance between the vehicles gives you ample time and space to stop your car safely. And if necessary, gives you enough room to drive away carefully from an incident that can cause harm.

Parking spots differ like day and night It’s easy to take the first available parking spot when out doing errands. But, the parking spot that is ideal during the day may not be as safe to access at night. Instead, take a few extra minutes to survey the parking spot, making sure there's enough light and that it's close to an area with heavy foot traffic. This vigilance makes returning to your car safer and comfortable, especially after losing track of time.

Regular battery checks

A robust and healthy car battery can prevent delays in starting a car and causing unexpected breakdowns. The battery specialists recommend you check your car battery at least twice a year. They offer quick, easy and free battery checks, which includes a starter and alternator test — everything that’s needed to make sure your car battery performs at its best.

For peace of mind, speak to the battery specialists who offer expert battery advice. Visit batterycentre.co.za

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Competition closes at midnight on 11 October 2020. The winner will be announced in the Mosadi Newsletter on 13 October 2020.

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The winner will be selected at random. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence can be entered into.

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Prizes are not transferable and cannot be exchanged for their cash value.

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If winners cannot be reached within 30 days of announcement, their prizes will be forfeited and another winner will be selected.

Prizes will be distributed only within the Republic of South Africa.