Tel: 058 624 2000

Highway Junction and Truck Park are committed to provide world class facilities to the road transport industry.

  • Safe & Secure hard parking
  • Clean showers and ablutions
  • OK Express
  • 24 Hour Workshops
  • Monthly undercover parking
  • Driver Rooms (overnight or long term)
  • Driver’s Clubhouse
  • Fresh and homemade food
  • Trucking Wellness Clinic
  • Laundromat
  • TV’s and entertainment centre
  • Best Truckstop in South Africa
  • Road Freight and Logistics Industry Provident Fund
  • You are visitor number55,836Keep truckin’

    Welcome to Highway Junction

    Highway Junction is the number one rated  truck stop in South Africa and the preferred stop-over point for almost 70 percent of truck drivers passing through the N3 corridor.

    In excess of 1,000 vehicles pass through our facility daily. We have taken a conscious decision to establish a world class logistics hub, storage, handling, refuelling and parking facility.

    Highway Junction and Truck Park is committed to provide world class facilities to the road transport industry.

    Drivers can only function well when they are treated with respect, fed healthy food, provided with clean ablutions and secure resting facilities. - Chief Executive, Ben Deysel” 

    Highway Junction is adjacent to the N3/N5 junction south of Harrismith and exactly halfway between Durban and Johannesburg. We have been a key factor in improving the on-road safety since May 1999.

    Highway Junction, Highway Truck Park and the Road Freight and Logistics Industry Provident Fund joined forces in October 2015. We share a passion for this industry and the well-being of truck and other drivers. This joint venture is the first of its kind and we look forward to increasing our service offering to the industry. We are the leaders in driver safety.

    Diesel Price


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    Our facility is focused on commercial vehicles but provides a safe, clean, secure and familiar environment where all diesel powered vehicles can stop for their different needs, this includes:


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