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Video: "It's hard to live in Thailand!" as motorcyclist whacks and kicks handicapped man


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3 hours ago, HHTel said:

Just because he has a 3 wheeled scooter doesn't necessarily mean he's handicapped!

Most on 2 wheels are handicapped between the ears... actually you can count that for 4 wheels as well

then there's 6 wheels 10 wheels etc etc... I'll leave it there !

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5 hours ago, justin case said:

thainess

 

I personally love the security door at our moo bahn

 

have to open manually a door, identification

 

I have my hands full, a person in front of me

 

in the west, would leave the door open

 

the asswipes on daily basis just prefer to make sure the door shuts (pull or push them closed) even I am a meter away

I don't know what this means, at all.

If there is a Thainess (according to you) is your post farangness?  Nonsensical but just complaining about life in some way because you need to.

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8 hours ago, giddyup said:

No you don't.

It's either registered as a tuk tuk, or it's not legal at all, because it's not a motorcycle anymore:

“Motorcycle” means a vehicle driven by motor or electric power with not more than two wheels, or not more than an additional wheel in a sidecar, and shall include a bicycle equipped with motor driven devices;

http://web.krisdika.go.th/data/outsitedata/outsite21/file/Vehicle_Act_BE_2522_(1979).pdf

 

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21 minutes ago, jackdd said:

It's either registered as a tuk tuk, or it's not legal at all, because it's not a motorcycle anymore:

 

 

http://web.krisdika.go.th/data/outsitedata/outsite21/file/Vehicle_Act_BE_2522_(1979).pdf

 

I wonder whether the Trotter's Reliant would be classed as a Tuk Tuk !   LOL

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9 hours ago, jackdd said:

But then you need a tuk tuk driving license to drive it

Somehow I doubt that as the Yamaha Tricity has been around since 2014

Don't think Yamaha would do well with selling a bike that needs a different license

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, mania said:

Somehow I doubt that as the Yamaha Tricity has been around since 2014

The Tricity is an exception because the two front wheels behave like a single wheel, i.e. it leans like any other motorcycle.

Bikes as seen in the video behave completely different from a motorcycle.

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