When others drive your car
Isuzu part of Ironman success
If you allow someone who doesn't have a valid driving licence to drive your car, you are placing yourself at
considerable financial risk.
If the person is involved in a crash, your insurers may refuse to pay the claim, leaving you exposed to the full cost of the crash, including damage to property and other vehicles. Remember that an expired licence is the same as no licence at all.
It is also dangerous to allow unqualified drivers to drive on public roads, so always ensure that family, friends or colleagues have a valid driving licence in their possession before allowing them to drive your car.
Tip courtesy of Bridgestone
Far from the glamour of the finishers’ tape, a total of 30 Isuzu bakkies and trucks delivered critical transport support during the weeks of planning and set-up before the recent Ironman 70.3 event hosted on 1 and 2 September in Nelson Mandela Bay. The vehicles formed an important part of logistical pre-planning and execution of the global race. Twelve were Isuzu trucks and 18 were Isuzu bakkies. It was the first time that an Ironman 70.3 World Championship was hosted in Africa. A total of 4 500 athletes from 102 countries across the globe participated in the race. For every Ironman, there were several Ironfans and supporters, as well as hundreds of volunteers, marshals and officials.