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RTP chief "satisfied" with nationwide street racing crackdown - 86,000 bikes seized since June

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19 minutes ago, kirbi53 said:

BS 

They haven't come to Pasang Road in Lamphun 

Lunch time after 4 pm and from 9 till around 11 pm 

 

A _ _ h o l e racers (prob technical college too)

 

Guuuurrr

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3 hours ago, Oziex1 said:

86,000?

Yet again with the outrageous numbers :closedeyes:

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Bypass road Phetchabun city, every night, you can hear them (10pm until 1am), If I hear them including the same exhaust sound of at least 3 regular bikes, you can bet three police-stations and two police accommodation areas can too!

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3 hours ago, Cadbury said:

86,000 bikes returned after payment of "storage and handling fee" plus legal fines and penalties.

To be used, once again, for street racing.

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they tried a couple of times some months ago but only at 4 pm when Technical College closes

They have never done lunch time because they want to eat lunch in their air conditioned office. 

They have never done 9 to 11 pm Who wants to be out at late at night working? Seeping, seeing their mia nois or giks.  Just a half ass 

attempt at clearing a few racers off the road. 

They never catch ALL of them. 

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They are still racing on my street....This is why Thailand will never change, Lazy cops and defiant locals..

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

RTP chief "satisfied" with nationwide street racing crackdown - 86,000 bikes seized since June

Where are All the Bikes?  Given back after a Wai and a THB 500 Donation? 

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They've added an extra '0' as they always do unless it's road death figures and then they subtract !

 

Seized and then given back the next day after topping up the Tea Money Pot is not going to solve the problem but as long as these useless Senior Officers are 'satisfied' without using their brains then things will never get any better.

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With 86,000 bikes seized and over 350,000 people fined for racing-related traffic violations, it sounds like a bike racing venue may be a good business opportunity for someone. It can't be very expensive to build a straight track for young two-wheeling thrill seekers to have their races without jeopardizing others using the roads and in a controlled environment to minimize death and serious injury to the participants.   

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16 hours ago, Oziex1 said:

86,000?

Exactly.  500 a day every day since June.  Ya right. 

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