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Video: New Zealander collides with Thai motorcyclist going the wrong way on bridge in Rayong

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1 minute ago, transam said:

No, the Thai guy could have avoided his death by not being lazy..But you want to protect his stupidity....WHY...?

How slow are you today? The Kiwi could have avoided the collision, that's all I'm saying. He was fast asleep. Of course, the Thai could have too, but he's not alive to answer for his stupidity.

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25 minutes ago, sometimewoodworker said:

Also no headlight on the bike either & it looks as if it's easily new enough to have a permanently on light.

Do you think the motorcyclist disabled the permanently-on light then?

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He must be brain dead to do that ,now he is . Sorry for his family but only an idiot would do that.  This also happens in other countries not only Thailand.   

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The NZ guy should be make offerings to the god of dashcams. Difficult to understand how there was no attempt to avoid the crash from either driver.

 

It's true that there are lots of guys on scooters and bikes who drive against the traffic "to save time", but usually they drive carefully as much as possible to the side of the lane. This one was driving fast and right in the middle. I think he was convinced of being in the correct lane. Sorry for him and his family.

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5 minutes ago, overherebc said:

Don't forget a lot of guys watch F1 all the time and surely after a couple of years of that it's the same as an advanced driver course in the UK. Some of them are so good they can point out what Seb' Vettel is doing wrong and who could argue with them on those facts.

What a load of rubbish. There are so many men who watch Premiership League every weekend for 20 years and still can't kick a ball or save a goal. Keep to the topic. The driver could have moved over to the left to let the motorcyclist through.

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2 hours ago, Lowryderen said:

the family should pay up

Why?  They didn't hit his car, the dead man did.  I'm not responsible for my parents, or my adult kids.  They make their own decisions.

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1 minute ago, wgdanson said:

What a load of rubbish. There are so many men who watch Premiership League every weekend for 20 years and still can't kick a ball or save a goal. Keep to the topic. The driver could have moved over to the right to let the motorcyclist through.

Could the biker have driven on the correct side of the road...?

 

If so, why didn't he..?

 

Why did he risk his life, after all it could have been a Thai guy he hit...?

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Nobody has suggested yet that the motorcyclist WANTED to crash. Now I have, but we'll never know, unless the BIB go interview his family and ask what his state of mind was. And of course, do a blood test for drugs/booze on his body.

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8 minutes ago, wgdanson said:

What a load of rubbish. There are so many men who watch Premiership League every weekend for 20 years and still can't kick a ball or save a goal. Keep to the topic. The driver could have moved over to the left to let the motorcyclist through.

Ok so that's one head the sarcasm flew over.

Some guys in the local bars here can even tell Mo Salah

what he's doing wrong.

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