The planned protest by a tow truck driver is expected to affect traffic on the N1 south, between Pretoria and Centurion on Wednesday morning.
Drivers traveling to Johannesburg will also be affected as protesters enter the highway of the N14 Samrand between Midrand and Centurion, which is a regular route to Johannesburg.
South African Towing Repair Transformation Board drivers are demanding an increase in the amount paid by the South African Automobile Association for vehicle repairs.
Tshwane underground police have warned that protests in a car train starting at 8am will lead to a number of road closures.
According to the program, the show will begin at the corner of Lanchen Avenue and John Vorster Drive in Centurion. It will travel on the N1 southbound to Samrand Road where the Tshwane underground police will hand it over to the Johannesburg police.
The JMPD will follow the freeway until it turns left onto New Road and then continue until it reaches its destination at the AA offices in Johannesburg.
Protesters are expected to leave the AA offices by 11 p.m.
Proposed protest by tow truck driver to affect traffic on N1: Metro Police – SABC News
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