My Supercub is a year old, so I headed to the local 7 to pay tax and government insurance, but this year it seemed more complicated. First I needed a Thai ID with a chip to start the process, so I picked up the long haired one who took over the negotiations.
Paid the 330 THB, but then was told there's a 'new requirement' for personal insurance for foreigners? Tried to use my Class 1 insurance on my other big-ish bike as it covers me for any bike, but this got too complicated, so just paid an extra 156 THB and everyone seemed happy.
Hopefully a new tax sticker will arrive at my home in a week, but I'm not too sure. An official looking Thai Government page came up on the 7-11 display, and it had my bike details, but it was all a bit confusing. Perhaps I should have gone back to the dealer, but I though the local 7-11 would be easier?
Is it just me, or is anything to do with paperwork and bikes always a bit fuzzy?