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D-Day! September heralds the start of less carnage on the Thai roads

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unless drivers 'always have an out'.... any other simple solutions, as well as enforcement, will not go very far at all.  example, 'driving slow is safer' when in fact, for many drivers in Southeast Asia, there is danger at any speed, so that one doesn't help at all and actually doesn't contain any kernel of reality to it either safety wise.  I have never even heard or read in Thailand the concept of 'always having an out', which many times does mean driving very slow.......... but not without thinking going on as to the road situation as well as anything that might happen.  not just driving slow.  but being tired, or on medication or "alcohol" or talking too much are simple rules.  but that also is covered by the 'always have an out' rule because your 'outs' in those conditions mean you can't even be driving.  at any speed.  

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