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Motorist are warned of legal consequences if driving with a broken windscreen.

VAAL TRIANGLE - South African motorists are being cautioned about potential legal consequences if found driving with a broken windscreen. The warning comes amid an ongoing shortage of replacement windscreens in the country, particularly affecting cars damaged during the hailstorm in parts of Gauteng in mid-November. Gauteng Traffic Department spokesperson, Sello Maremane, emphasises that driving with a broken windscreen is against the law and could lead to prosecution.

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