Going Nowhere Slowly

Going Nowhere Slowly

Do you remember the travel-orientated television series that achieved popular regard for following several off-beat travellers as they embarked on an endless road trip across South Africa and beyond in an old-school convertible American muscle car?

The show was successful in capturing the euphoria of letting your hair down, wearing a tank top, shorts and flip-flops and driving top-down through a total of 150 000 km. Along the way, the crew members encounter numerous challenges, such as running out of fuel, falling out of moving cars, incurring random injuries and experimenting with new weather elements, food, and varying cultures.

Comparing South Africa in 2005 to now, times have changed and the level of crime has increased. It is not possible for one to go on such a journey with friends and family now – we face muggings, break-ins, petty theft, hijackings, murders and other acts of grievous violence. Exercising caution and practising constant safety checks has become ingrained in the South African lifestyle, which must also be kept as private as possible for safety measures.

The iER App guarantees that your personal data will never be shared, and your privacy is of outmost importance to us. We know the importance of checking in with a trusted network of people who will watch over your home, as well as be readily available to respond to help you wherever you may be. iER makes use of intelligent GPS tracking within its app to ensure that your alert for assistance reaches us and your loved ones with your precise location so we can send help your way as quickly as possible. The iER Team is available 24/7, so make sure you have a secure internet and GPS connection, and we will be able to assist you when you need it most.

iER Saves Lives

No. Of Lives Saved (Jan 2019 – Feb 2020): 15 289

No. Of Lives Saved (Feb 2020): 956

No. Of Criminal Activity Alerts: 123

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