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BANGKOK 20 January 2019 05:31
webfact

Hapless old taxi driver admits "he has a problem judging distances"

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8 minutes ago, webfact said:

 

Driver Suchin Suphapyat, 75, said sheepishly that he was trying to do his passenger a favor

He could do all passengers a favour, at his age, and with bad 'mince pies', by packing in being a taxi driver !

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1 hour ago, Bert got kinky said:

But he admitted that he had never been to this specific area and has a problem with judging distances. 

 

So, how did he pass the depth perception part of the eye test for his driving licence?

 

It is worrying that there are people  on the roads that are not fit to drive but it is downright scary when that person is a taxi driver.

 

 

Driving licence? No depth perception test needed for a 5,000THB licence...

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Bert got kinky said:

But he admitted that he had never been to this specific area and has a problem with judging distances. 

 

So, how did he pass the depth perception part of the eye test for his driving licence?

 

It is worrying that there are people  on the roads that are not fit to drive but it is downright scary when that person is a taxi driver.

 

I think that up until about 15 years ago, a driving licence was for life....he's not dead yet.

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1 hour ago, tompelli said:

I think that up until about 15 years ago, a driving licence was for life....he's not dead yet.

 

He's working on it though :cheesy:

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4 hours ago, tompelli said:

I think that up until about 15 years ago, a driving licence was for life....he's not dead yet.

Came pretty close to it though. 'twas a good enough try.

 

 

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I am very impressed he admitted a problem with depth perception and didn't use the tried and true brake failure to explain the accident. :thumbsup:

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