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RTMC Gauteng Hotline & National Call Centre : Road Traffic Management Corporation

Organisation : Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC)
Service Name : RTMC Hotline & National Call Centre
Headquarters : Gauteng
Industry : Road
Service/ Product : Vehicle, Driving Licence etc
Website : https://www.rtmc.co.za/index.php/19-contact-us#

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RTMC Hotline

Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) Hotline  0861 400 800

Related / Similar Contact : NaTIS Customer Support

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RTMC National Call Centre

Physical Address Postal Address Contact Details
253 Howick Close,
Waterfall Office Park,
Bekker Road,
Halfway House,
Midrand,
Gauteng, South Africa
Private Bag X147
Pretoria
0001
Tel: 0861 400 800
Email: ntcc@rtmc.co.za

RTMC Head Office

Physical Address Postal Address Contact Details
Eco Origin Office Park,
Block F,
349 Witch-Hazel Street,
Highveld Ext 79,
Gauteng, South Africa
Private Bag X147
Pretoria
0001 
Tel: 012 999-5200
Fax: 012 991-0371
Email: Info@rtmc.co.za

Name: Simon Zwane (Mr)
Title: Chief Communication Officer
Mobile: 082 551 9892
Email: SimonZ [at] rtmc.co.za

Name: Hlobisile Ngcongo (Ms)
Title: Media and Public Relations Officer
Mobile: 060 532 3820
Email: Hlobisile.Ngcongo [at] rtmc.co.za

Name: Luthando Ngilana (Mr)
Title: Media and Public Relations Officer
Mobile: 067 427 9165
Email: LuthandoN [at] rtmc.co.za

RTMC NaTIS Facility

Physical Address Postal Address Contact Details
253 Howick Close,
Waterfall Office Park,
Bekker Road,
Halfway House,
Midrand,
Gauteng, South Africa
Private Bag X147
Pretoria
0001 
Tel: (011) 266-2000

Email: natishelpdesk AT rtmc.co.za/ dlconfirmations AT rtmc.co.za

(Please use this email if you require a Confirmation Letter for international conversion of your Driving Licence only.)

RTMC Traffic Training College

Physical Address Postal Address Contact Details
Plot 81,
Boekenhoutkloof,
Cnr Sandui Road & Kenneth Road,
Pretoria,
South Africa
Private Bag X147
Pretoria
0001 
Tel: (012) 372-8000
Email: info@rtmc.co.za

National Traffic Call Center (NTCC)

Call Centre Number : 0861 400 800 (Not toll free)
Fax Number: 086 602 5928

How many times have you said: there is no traffic officer around when needed, or how often have you wished you could report a blatant traffic offence, an un-roadworthy vehicle or aggressive, irresponsible, negligent or reckless driving behaviour?

In order to provide for this need it was decided to establish a National Traffic Call Centre (NTCC) to give easy access to drivers, pedestrians and public road transport passengers on buses and minibus taxis to report unsafe vehicles and reckless and negligent driver behaviour; as well as fraud and corruption within the traffic situation.

The Call Centre will also provide the general public with the opportunity to report moving violations and overloading as well as fraud and corruption at Vehicle Testing Stations and Driving Licence Testing Centres. Incidents and accidents can also be reported and the Centre is also a source of limited road traffic information.

Well, this is now your chance to become an active participant in making our roads safer for all road users. The Road to Safety Strategy 2002-2005, amongst other, aims to reduce inconsiderate, negligent and intimidating or aggressive behaviour on our roads, as well as to acknowledge and encourage a culture of responsible road usage. Your participation is therefore vital to the success of this project. Remember, the road belongs to all of us, let us use it safely together.

Purpose of the Call Centre:
The purpose of the Call Centre is to, with the assistance of commuters and road users in general, amongst others identify:
** The occurrence of road traffic offences on the road and street system
** The types of offences committed by these road users
** The time and location of the most frequent offences
** Fraud, bribery and corruption in traffic management, control and law-enforcement

Main Objectives:
** To promote voluntary compliance with traffic legislation
** To reduce traffic contraventions and road rage
** To improve safe and courteous road user behaviour
** To increase the quality and broaden the scope of traffic information regarding hazardous or potential hazardous locations, offence and incident/accident prone areas, etc
** To identify regular traffic offenders
** To inform operators and owners of freight and public passenger vehicles of traffic offences committed or poor behaviour and road discipline displayed by their drivers

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