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

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2 hours ago, sanemax said:

The reality is that most of the time they do not .

Its just a TVF myth that keeps on getting repeated by forum posters 

spot on. bar talk!

 

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10 minutes ago, wgdanson said:

And vice versa.

That’s what you believe but I believe something different. I suggest we just agree to disagree on this point. 

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5 hours ago, colinneil said:

What was he doing riding in the fast lane against oncoming traffic?

Try reading posts instead of rushing to write a comment. Doh.

 

6 hours ago, webfact said:

Thai Rath said that he was trying to save time by going the wrong way. 

 

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13 minutes ago, wgdanson said:

Why, do you drive on the wrong side?   lol 

I didn't drive the wrong side LOL

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2 minutes ago, Rally123 said:

 

 

 

 

2 minutes ago, Rally123 said:

Thai Rath said that he was trying to save time by going the wrong way

How does Mr Rath know that, did he ask the motorcyclist.

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2 minutes ago, Rally123 said:

Try reading posts instead of rushing to write a comment. Doh.

 

 

Well I for one was wondering why....After all the guy is dead and so could not tell folk why...

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1 minute ago, transam said:

Well I for one was wondering why....After all the guy is dead and so could not tell folk why...

Why wonder when you've been told in the opening post? In fact why do they all ride against oncoming traffic? Common sense springs to mind.

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As bad as many Thai drivers are, most drivers in Vietnam are even worse...and Vietnamese are constantly getting killed or injured as a result.

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31 minutes ago, wgdanson said:

If that's what you did, and the conclusion you came to, you need to get out more.

Go past any of the work/construction sites in Rayong at 'going home time' and 50% of the workers leaving on bikes and scooters are wearing safety hats. Usually the women are the ones with bike helmets on.

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now, if the dashcam had a mic, - what are the odds the m'cyclist beeped  his horn?......

 

 

horns solve everything

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Everyone knows Thais take short cuts .. but <deleted> in the fast lane? Was he p**ed or what? But what surprised me in this video was no one even tried to avoid? It’s my belief as experienced driver .. yes even on Thai roads .. that this has ALL the hallmarks of a suicide mission ? My question is why the car driver stayed in the outside lane when the slower lane looked empty? Yes the bikers to blame but wwf?


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4 minutes ago, tifino said:

now, if the dashcam had a mic, - what are the odds the m'cyclist beeped  his horn?......

 

 

horns solve everything

Only in Pattaya....?

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6 hours ago, Thian said:

This movie should be on the thai news every day again....too many idiots drive against traffic...Thailand only...

The family of the dead motorcyclist do not intend to pursue the case. 

 

for what! being in the wrong and on the wrong side of the road when he got hit and killed ?

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