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I need to Tax my car but they won't let me because i have an outstanding ticket.. Went to pattaya police station to pay it but they said i have to go to the original area rayong to pay the ticket.. I thought this had all changed and you could pay it online now.. So is their anyother way to pay without a 2 hour round trip?

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2 hours ago, fredob43 said:

You can pay it in any post office. Just take your fine paper (and payment cash) along and they will supply an envelope, they will send to the correct place. I have paid in the past 51bht for their service. Stamp/Envelope. Oh and they will give you a receipt. You might be able to use that as proof of payment.

Thanks.

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they are so helpless to give you the Post Office information. No doubt they know very little if the fine is not in their hands at a check point.

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KTB Bank also receives the payment for fines. You need to send the receipt the the police station that issued the ticket.

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38 minutes ago, Deli said:

KTB Bank also receives the payment for fines. You need to send the receipt the the police station that issued the ticket.

Keep a copy!!!

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I got one in Kohn Kaen last year for turning through a red light. Read the ticket and it tells you that you can pay at K bank and they stamp and give you a receipt, I don’t remember having to do anything else.

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If you have Krungthai banking app you just use your phone to scan the QR code on the ticket and that’s it done.

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2 hours ago, krabi local said:

If you have Krungthai banking app you just use your phone to scan the QR code on the ticket and that’s it done.

Even if the fine is overdue??

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