Heavy fines imposed for failing to stop for pedestrians at zebra crossings

Motorists and motorcyclists in Thailand are being reminded that they face a fine of up to 4,000 baht, instead of 1,000 baht, if they fail to stop for a pedestrian…

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540 drivers have driving license points deducted on 1st day of new system

Altogether 540 motorists and motorcyclists had driving license points deducted on the first day of the enforcement of the points system yesterday (Monday), said the spokesman for the Royal Thai…

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CCTV to catch motorcyclists without helmets to be launched in Chiang Mai on Dec 15th

Chiang Mai will launch a smart CCTV system on December 15th, designed to catch motorcyclists and pillion riders who do not wear crash helmets, to reduce road casualties involving motorcycles….

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Motorcyclists demand the right to use under and overpasses in Bangkok

About 500 motorcyclists rallied in front of the City Hall in Bangkok on Sunday to demand the right to use under and overpasses, which they have been barred from using…

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Motorcyclists who drive on sidewalks now face a maximum fine of 2,000 baht

Effective today (August 1st), motorcyclists caught riding on public sidewalks will face a maximum fine of 2,000 baht, up from the old rate of 1,000 baht. Deputy Bangkok Governor Sakonthee…

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Study shows fewer than half of Thailand’s motorcycle users wear helmets

Despite non-stop campaigning by the government and road safety advocacy organizations since 2011 to get motorcyclists and pillion riders to wear crash helmets, only 45% of motorcycle users wear them….

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