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The National Route N12 in South Africa is a major highway that runs for approximately 1,342 kilometres from the city of Johannesburg in the Gauteng Province to the town of Beaufort West in the Western Cape Province. The road is generally in good condition and is mainly surfaced with tar. The average width of the road is 11 metres, with two lanes in each direction. The speed limit is 120 kilometres per hour in rural areas and 60 kilometres per hour in urban areas. The road is well maintained, with regular repairs and resurfacing. The shoulders of the road are wide enough to provide emergency stopping areas, although some sections may have narrow shoulders. There are numerous rest stops and petrol stations along the route. The road has a variety of terrain and can be quite winding in some sections, so drivers should exercise caution at all times.
The National Route N12 experiences a wide range of weather conditions throughout the year. In the summer months (December to February) temperatures can reach highs of up to 36°C with low temperatures of around 17°C. Warm to hot weather is experienced during much of the year, with temperatures typically ranging from 20°C to 30°C.
The winter months (June to August) bring cooler temperatures, with highs of around 22°C and lows of around 8°C. During this time, rainfall increases significantly, with an average of up to 100mm of rain per month.
The spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May) months bring milder temperatures, with highs of up to 28°C and lows of around 15°C. Rainfall decreases, with an average of around 50mm of rain per month.
Wind speed is generally low throughout the year, but can reach up to 15km/h during the summer months. The humidity is also generally low, with an average of around 40%.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for National Route N12.