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14 Jul 2020 16:09
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  •   Home > News > Motoring

    A warning to drivers getting back on the open road after lock down

    A warning to drivers getting back on the open road after lock down


    The Transport Agency is expecting heavy traffic this long weekend.

    It's the first chance many Kiwis have had to travel following Alert Level Four.

    Chief Executive Andy Knackstedt says some peoples' driving skills might be rusty.

    He says people need to remember the basics, make sure they're rested and share the driving if possible.

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