Dear Autoboys Community Business for a Greater Good has been our mission since we first opened our doors, and will help steer us now as we navigate the challenges of COVID-19. The safety of our employees and our customers, is of utmost importance and we are monitoring developments around the world to ensure we stay […]
by Filum Ho Motor dealership bodies have recently presented some highly debatable views regarding the Competition Commission’s new draft guidelines for the automotive industry. On 14 February 2020, the Commission published guidelines which stipulate that consumers will no longer be compelled to conduct in-warranty service, maintenance or repair work only at approved dealers or approved […]
Johannesburg, 09 December 2019 —We’re proud to announce that Autoboys has become the first South African auto glass and aftermarket parts supplier with a national network to achieve a level 1 B-BBEE status.We aim to serve our customers with the highest standards, but we also see ourselves as playing a key role in helping to […]
Johannesburg, 06 November 2019 — Every rand counts today in South Africa, especially at a time when our economy is really struggling. We all know the bad news: unemployment is at a multi-year high, growth rates are continuously being revised downwards, taxes look set to rise and retrenchments are becoming more commonplace. It’s a tough time […]
Johannesburg, 02 October 2019 — It’s no secret that the automotive manufacturing sector is crucial to the government’s plans to create more growth in the local South African economy. For years now, the South African government, through its Motor Industry Development Programme (MIDP), has been incentivising global automotive manufacturers to set up plants in the […]
After hearing over 80 stakeholders’ viewpoints regarding what might be viewed as anti-competitive behaviour in the automotive industry, the Competition Commission has decided to take a draft motor code one step further by seeking to implement it in law.
Car owners in South Africa are often locked into using a vehicle manufacturers repair shop and parts because it is embedded in the motor and service plan.
Founded more than a decade ago, the alliance provides a European glass repair and replacement network that operates in 1,500 locations across 20 different European countries and has now founded a close cooperation with networks in Africa and North America.
“The key reason for creating our alliance over a decade ago was to provide our partners from different European countries with an international dimension whenever necessary.”
“While this year’s Easter period doesn’t coincide with government school holidays, traffic volumes on the country’s main roads are expected to pick up.”