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Points system on driving licenses will reduce accidents in Thailand

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And bullshit of decision makers, it will reduce the number of deaths on the road?

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39 minutes ago, webfact said:

Daily News gave examples of how many points will be deducted:

 

Drunk driving: 3 points

Red lights: 2 points

Helmets and speeding: 1 point each

Drunk driving: 3 points OR 20,000 Baht on the spot

Red lights: 2 points      Or 5,000 baht on the spot (Not possible because it will be on camera so it will have to be at the local station)

Helmets and speeding: 1 point each 1000 baht on the spot. 

 

call me a cynic but this is simply to boost the, ahem, economy.

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4 minutes ago, Assurancetourix said:

But if you are a HiSo or a " do you know who I am "  0 point :1zgarz5:

 

And as wrote Colinneil, about 40% here don't have a license ( to kill 😉 I'm in my James Bond period )

so....

 

I would like to see policemen and radars and breath control on secondary roads ( red and concrete roads which are so many in Thailand )..

I would like to see policemen controlling licenses and helmets between 7 am and 8 am when children come to school ...and verifiing if passengers and driver  have security belts in minibuses ...

But that will never come ...

Red bull boy got a few points, but he can keep his licence. What date does he walk free?..watch out!

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3 minutes ago, ezzra said:

no point system will help...

In France we say put the cart in front of the horse ...

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48 minutes ago, PatOngo said:

 

Drunk driving: 3 points...……………………..OK, can do 4 times

Red lights: 2 points...…………………...……..Can do 6 times

Helmets and speeding: 1 point each.......Can do 12 times

 

That will teach them!

But to be fair most could probably rack that up in  a couple of hours.

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42 minutes ago, Dmaxdan said:

If this is enforced then there will hardly be anyone on the roads come January.

no the roads will be crowded als always - just nobody has a driving license

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1 hour ago, mok199 said:

Truly enforce laws ,and stop putting on a big show by harassing drivers at check points..Stop focusing on Drama,appearance and optics and start thinking about sustainable results...

Umm... I think that's what the jist of the OP is, no?

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Posted (edited)

2pm1.jpg.4daf0cba98e9afeeb5d2a81da325db61.jpg.afc369bb8d0ecb15415d6d763f389d70.jpgNo licence Sir?

No problem. 400 baht please. Will pay for my lunch.

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