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BANGKOK 17 June 2019 16:38
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Another Thai D-Day: Motorists must pay their traffic fines before being able to renew tax

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Maybe they need to think about linking drivers licences, passports and fines, and if you have a fine unpaid, you pay in before clearing immigration no pay no board.

It occurs with child support in Australia, so why not fines in Thailand.

 

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21 hours ago, Sir Swagman said:

The blanket speed limit of 90 on this route is a PITA. Some stretches should be 120, others below 90. It adds at least an hour of driving to the trip. 

What's the rush? :blink:

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On ‎5‎/‎18‎/‎2019 at 2:25 PM, Sticky Wicket said:

A lot happening on July 1st!

Was not me, my sister, my brother my cousin drive car not me get ticky.

No ticky no shirty.

Pay up!

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Experienced this in Phuket 10 years back..

Had to go see the cops in the villiage I parked badly in , pay the fine and bring back a receipt before I could re-register my car .

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