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BANGKOK 18 March 2019 22:34
Rod the Sod

Why do Thai drivers who cause accidents always seem to drive away as if nothing has happened?

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Just to reply to my own topic, why do witnesses to these accidents also stare, and then carefully manoeuvre around the dead and dying so as to get on their way?

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2 hours ago, baansgr said:

Drunk, yaba, no licence, no tax, no insurance, stolen vehicle...that about covers 90% of drivers 

No sign plates, unreadable/unlighted sign plates (also by design, too small) help a lot with hit and run.

"It was a grey Toyota pickup" :whistling:
Sign plates are a joke, province name so small on the bottom and often covered by nice frames.

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On 3/15/2019 at 5:36 PM, Rod the Sod said:

Is this a flaw in the Thai DNA, or just part of what people are taught at school when they learn Thainess

I was interested in your post...until I read the above..

No more needs to be said..

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On 3/16/2019 at 7:21 AM, cooked said:

3. If they go to help, this may involve shaking, doing CPR wrongly (the R in CPR = respiratory,  mouth to mouth),

Good post, I gave it a like.

 

Friendly amendment, for the record: CPR stands for CardioPulmonary Resuscitation. 

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On 3/16/2019 at 7:21 AM, cooked said:

3. If they go to help, this may involve shaking, doing CPR wrongly (the R in CPR = respiratory,  mouth to mouth)

As someone already pointed out the r does not stand for respiratory.

And with "doing it wrongly" you probably mean that they give mouth to mouth which is "wrong" (that was part of old recommendations, nowadays you should not use it anymore).

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