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Take a look at some of the worst 2020 festive season car accidents on South African roads

The 2021 festive season is just around the corner for South Africans, soon many will be rushing to do their festive shopping and people will be traveling to various places either on holiday or to do more shopping for Christmas, the death toll on South African roads will indeed be shocking again this year as we go into this rush season.


Festive seasons in South Africa always being road carnage as many motorists drive recklessly and speed because they are trying to avoid traffic, it is unfortunate that our traffic officers will also be out numbered by motorists as they will have to keep a close eye on international roads and also inside cities and towns where many drunk and reckless drivers will be partying and causing unnecessary accidents.

2020 festive season was no different from all other festive seasons and during the festive season in 2021 we will once again witness blood shed on South African roads, during the 2020 festive season more then 500 people lost their lives in car accidents during the 2020 festive season.


Today we take a look at some of the worst car accidents that happened during the festive season of 2020, it is unfortunate that we will have to witness some really horrific car accidents during the festive season of 2021, road users are encouraged to travel safely during this festive season and adhere to all road rules and not to drink and drive.

Here are some of the worst car accidents that occurred during the festive season of 2020, do drop a comment in the comments section on your thoughts of some of these accidents and be sure to share this content with your peers and do click on the like button, if you have not yet subscribed to this channel then be sure to click on the follow link so that you don't miss out on what's happening in the world of cars.

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