Motus and Kia partner for safer roads this Easter

Kia partners with Bakwena for Easter road safety campaign

Reuben Van Niekerk
Motus Kia

Kia South Africa, in partnership with Motus has again partnered with Bakwena N1N4 to ensure visible policing during the busy Easter period.

The handover took place at Kia’s Silver Lakes branch in Pretoria, appropriately located in close proximity to the N1N4 corridor, which connects Pretoria to Limpopo and Pretoria to North West through Rustenburg, Zeerust and the Botswana border. The Easter campaign again includes six vehicles provided by Kia South Africa for the month of April; two Kia Rio, two Kia Seltos and two Kia Sportage.

The vehicles will be added to the existing route patrols along the N1N4 route and will assist with Road Incident Management Services to increase and boost route surveillance, assist with crashes and also help motorists who find themselves in distress while travelling the route.


Road safety is a priority all year round for Bakwena, who have various road safety initiatives that take place throughout the year in the communities adjacent to its route. During the December holiday campaign, the six Kia vehicles covered a collective 59 876km over a 32-day period, allowing law enforcement from the City of Tshwane, Limpopo and North West provinces to stop and inspect 4 382 vehicles, assist 154 motorists along the route and attend to 52 accidents.