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If you see this car, Call the police immediately

Car hijacking has become a norm in South Africa, with a huge number of cases being reported at different police stations on a daily basis, particularly in Gauteng province and the Western Cape. Criminals have normalised terrorizing people undertaking their property. The majority of drivers have convinced themselves that they no longer feel free to drive in the evening out of fear for their cars and their lives.

Many people have been shot dead in car hijacking cases after trying to escape. Others have been terrorized forcefully during the incidences, whereas others have been abducted during the same cases of car hijacking. Some car drivers in Gauteng have also confirmed that they had to opt for lower-standard cars to stop attracting criminals with big machines, since criminals like big and luxurious cars. Some have also said that they have completely stopped driving at night on certain roads, like the R80 in Pretoria CBD between Mabopane and Soshanguve.

The Vehicle tracker South Africa has reported that another car has been stolen in Aeroton, south of Johannesburg. The name of the car is a Toyota Hilux d4d. Car tracker South Africa reported that if there is anyone who has seen the car or who would come across the car to call the police immediately.

If you see the car, please call 10111 or visit your nearest police station to report the matter. The car was stolen on October 3rd, 2021.

In order to prevent car hijackings, according to my opinion, the government must hire more traffic officials to patrol the roads during the day and night. Most car hijacking cases usually occur at night, suggesting that more and more traffic officials and police officers must be deployed to protect people and their cars.

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