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Thai road dangers: Iron girder pierces car from rear window to the console

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7 hours ago, fruitman said:

The law is to have a squared red flag on the protruding load...but Somchai doesn't care for that....neither does the police. Thai don't need no laws...

 

that flag means "warning, impalement by unsecured projectiles"

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11 hours ago, fruitman said:

The law is to have a squared red flag on the protruding load...but Somchai doesn't care for that....neither does the police. Thai don't need no laws...

So the red Flag would have prevented the steel from being propelled through another car? 🙄

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On 11/18/2019 at 8:12 AM, fruitman said:

The law is to have a squared red flag on the protruding load...but Somchai doesn't care for that....neither does the police. Thai don't need no laws...

My wife was fined ฿300 the other week in her truck for not displaying a red cloth on some lengths of wood.
 

The police ‘do’ act on this

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On 11/18/2019 at 9:02 AM, VocalNeal said:

If there is a piece of cloth , it is probably legal?

Some years ago, I did a theory test for Thai licence (in English)  I think the protrusion should be no more than a metre (legally.)  Practically the cops couldn't care less.

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