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About Natal Towing Association


Natal Towing Association is a “not” for profit organisation, registered in terms of the 2008 Companies’ Act. We generate audited annual financial statements and submit annual tax returns to the South African Revenue Services.

The Association is member-owned, with a board of directors and an elected executive committee which meet regularly (re-elected every two years) to make decisions and oversee the day to day operations and activities.

Memberships are open to professional towing companies within KwaZulu-Natal. These companies are required to meet the standards set for vehicles and equipment and must agree to operate within the NTA code of conduct. Failure to do so will be subject to the disciplinary code. The code encourages our members to act professionally in the knowledge that they can be held accountable, which means that they will offer clients effective and efficient breakdown and recovery services that can be relied on.

Originally established in 1978 the Natal Towing Association is the longest serving towing association in South Africa. It prides itself in being the only towing association in which all members are dedicated to meeting and servicing the towing, breakdown and salvage needs of KwaZulu-Natal.

Being a member of the NTA offers real value, as motorists and businesses recognize and appreciate the true "peace of mind" they enjoy when dealing with a member of the NTA. Members have the opportunity to network, learn from each other and work together to improve their business and service offerings.

We actively promote our members services in KwaZulu-Natal, offering all members equal visibility and potential business exposure via our website. We provide a credible and professional representative voice for the KZN towing industry. The NTA acts on behalf of its members to find answers to questions and solutions to problems that affect operators in the day-to-day running of their businesses which individual operators would not be able to achieve by themselves.

The NTA has contact with insurance companies, the National and Provincial Departments of Transport, Traffic Inspectorate, Municipal Police and the South African Police and SANRAL for the Road Incident Management System (RIMS) to represent members and solve problems. The NTA can also draw on the resources of its adoptive parent the Retail Motor Industry Organisation (RMI) when it needs assistance on national issues.


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