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ACTA Motoring Clubs have served African motorists and travellers for more than 100 years.

Each ACTA Club is an independent, not-for-profit organization, chartered and incorporated in its own country and controlled by its own Board of Directors.

In order to be affiliated with ACTA, each club needs to:

  • Be a Member of the FIA (the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile),
  • Agree to provide certain standard services to its own members, as well as members of other ACTA clubs,
  • Collaborate on other areas of mobility, i.e. Road Safety, Driver Training, Insurance, Technology, Data Collection, and Sustainable Mobility.

Emergency & Roadside Assistance

For decades, our ACTA Club’s 24-hour Emergency and Roadside Assistance has been the reason most of their members join and renew.

Motoring and Travel Services

Every day, ACTA Clubs provide motoring, travel and financial related services to their Members and non-members.

Action for Road Safety

Since the early 1920’s, ACTA Clubs have represented the interests of  motorists to all levels of government, industry and the community.

Driver Training

ACTA Clubs are committed to improving Driver Training in Africa with the implementation of the ACTA Strategic Driver Training program, and to help learners at every step in the journey to becoming a licensed driver.


Global NCAP and AA South Africa launched #SaferCarsforAfrica in November 2017, and has conducted tests right through to 2021.

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The programme is independent crash test assessments of some of South Africa’s most popular compact and small cars.

Motoring and Travel Assistance in twelve African Countries 

Our Clubs provide world class service

AA Namibia

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ATCM Mozambique

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AA Uganda

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ATCN - Nigeria

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AA South Africa

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AA Zimbabwe

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AA Tanzania

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Automobile Club Du Gabone

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Emergency Assist 991 (EA991) has been operating 24 hour Medical and Roadside Emergency Assistance since 2003.

EA991 Botswana

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AA Kenya

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RAC Rwanda

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FIA Region I

The FIA Region I office, based in Brussels, is a consumer body comprising 105 Mobility Clubs that represent over 36 million members from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

The African Council of Touring and Automobile Clubs (ACTA) formally became a sub-region of FIA Region I in early 2008.

The FIA Region I office aims:

  • Firstly, to provide strong representation of European Member Club interests towards the European Union institutions – for example on road safety, consumer protection, environmental protection and the promotion of sustainable motoring.
  • Secondly, to build up links and support the exchange of best practices between our Member Clubs across Europe, Africa and the Middle East, and.
  • Thirdly, to engage in new campaign activities together with Automobile Clubs throughout the region, such as the FIA Action for Road Safety campaign.

The FIA Region I forms part of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), which was founded in 1904 and brings together leading national motoring organisations from 141 countries worldwide and is the governing body for world motor sport.

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