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Ask Maggy

Batteries, boosters, chargers and torches – must-have accessories to keep you driving  

Maggy Lombard is the Service Manager at Probe Corporation and has been working in the auto-electrical sector for over a decade.  Maggy’s combination of practical know-how and theoretical knowledge about all things car-related makes her the perfect ‘torque guru’ to help us understand what drives us!


Ensuring that trucks keep their cool with Horton cooling systems

Whether it’s a truck that is required to drive long distances or an industrial vehicle that must idle over sustained periods of time, one thing is certain:  these vehicles demand a robust and hard-working cooling system to guard against over-heating during long operational hours and in arduous terrains.  Horton’s cooling solutions, officially distributed through Probe, ensure that over-heating is one less risk both on and off the road. 

Probe launches affordable house brand of lithium iron phosphate batteries in South Africa

Lithium iron phosphate batteries - the battery of the future - provide powerful solutions to consumers and commerce alike, particularly in solar installations.  For South Africans however, taking advantage of these batteries has been hindered by a high price tag as a result of import costs.  Now Probe’s launch of a lithium iron phosphate house brand - the Max Li range - reduces this barrier by offering an affordable alternative that doesn’t compromise on quality.   


Get your motor running with Probe at Automechanika Johannesburg 2019

Head out on the highway to this year’s automechanika expo at Nasrec’s Expo Centre, where Probe’s teams from across the country will be there to meet you.

South Africa’s leading international trade fair for the automotive service industry will be held from Wednesday, 18th September to Friday, 20th September at Nasrec’s Expo Centre.   With as many as 12,000 visitors expected to walk through the expo’s halls over the three days, the show is expected to be better than ever.