Those who are obtaining a driving license will have it a little easier from September 15, since the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) will allow students to use driving assistance systems such as the assistant exit on a slope or the reversing cameras and parking sensors if the car has them. More specifically, the following systems can already be used in aptitude and behavior control tests: • Slope exit aid system • Reversing camera, 360º and parking sensors • Automatic activation of lights and windscreen wipers • Urban and interurban emergency braking (AEB) • Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) • Fatigue detection system • Emergency Brake Warning (EBD) • 'Start-Stop' Without a doubt, one of the main challenges for driving school students, and even more so with the nerves of the practical exam, is the parking maneuver. But now this trance will be somewhat easier since they will be able to count on the support of the cameras and parking sensors. If the car has them, the reversing cameras and even the 360-degree overhead view can be used. Of course, the use of the autonomous parking system in which the car takes control to carry out the maneuver is totally prohibited. If you are planning to used car in South Africa, you need to ask some important things our expert visit auto for trade