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Nan: Hey we're Porsche drivers! Wait your turn little people!

 

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Thai social media was bubbling after a motorcade of Porches broke traffic regulations in downtown Nan in northern Thailand. 

 

Footage from the Wat Sriphanton intersection showed two cars blocking the traffic and a further 27 going through a red light. 

 

There were in total 42 cars in the motorcade. 

 

TNA reported that police had studied the footage and the licence plates of those involved. 

 

The drivers that went through the red lights would face 1,000 baht fines. 

 

The two that held up the traffic could be jailed for three months and or fined 2,000 to 10,000 baht. 

 

Source: TNA

 
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I saw the same last month in Pattaya...it was the Audi TT club this time and they even had an escort car (pickup) with wailing lights and sirens on the roof to block traffic...

 

Many of the cars were old but of course that doesn't matter for the Thai...Audi's are not built in Thailand so imported and expensive so their drivers are hi-so and can do anything they like.

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2 minutes ago, robblok said:

Wanna bet nothing will be done. 

Correct mate, they are Porsche drivers, hi-so pr+++s nothing will be done about it.

There is even the possibility that some were in fact policemen.

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21 minutes ago, janclaes47 said:

Happens everywhere in the world with motorcades.

In Belgium they do it to warn the Porsche-drivers for the holes in the roads or there'll be broken spoilers everywhere after they passed .😁

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There is a group of Singaporeans motoring enthusiasts who keep expensive cars in Thailand because there are no roads in Singapore where they can open them up. I understand they are garaged in Chiang Mai.

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54 minutes ago, Trentham said:

There is a group of Singaporeans motoring enthusiasts who keep expensive cars in Thailand because there are no roads in Singapore where they can open them up. I understand they are garaged in Chiang Mai.

 

Does one keep his car's at Chalerm's house?  555!

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3 hours ago, robblok said:

Wanna bet nothing will be done. 

I lost my own bet.. in the BKK post all the drivers have been fined 500 and the two who blocked the road 1000 each and they all showed up to pay the fines.

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