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Road carnage continues: 56 killed yesterday. March: 1110 dead. Year total: 3,704


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10 hours ago, BobbyL said:

As usual, NOTHING is being done to try and fix this. 

Well, they tried to introduce high fines for people without driving licenses, which resulted in an outcry on social medias and among members on this forum. So they scrapped the idea.

 

There's really not much the can do. Have to wait a generation or two.

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The onus is on the man at the top. He wants the power to "return happiness to the people". So now that he's got the power, it's time to put his money where his mouth is.

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On 3/27/2019 at 11:57 AM, nev said:

Rain and slippery conditions the cause, How about highlighting speed and not reducing speed in wet conditions the major cause, Thai's will not slow down even when it is very heavy, Many times I have reduced my speed to a safe speed to then have an idiot tailgating me and trying to force me out of the way.

Yes, tailgating is a common offence in Thailand. Many drivers do it constantly putting in danger the rest of the drivers. Most accidents are happening because of that.

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