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Drunks, speeders and grandads targeted in bid to reduce road accidents

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2 hours ago, RJRS1301 said:

Interesting that older drivers being targetted, I wonder what theThai stats show about accidents and older drivers.

Western stats show less accidents per capita on over 55 year old drivers until age 75.

 

How is that related to KM made ? I mean i can believe that old people make less accidents if they drive less. I would say middle aged people are better drivers as old people

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1 hour ago, findlay13 said:

Well if you're a speeding ,drunk,alcoholic, grandad, PLEASE slow down [and carry 500 bht]

Grandads slowing down even more? They already drive in walking speeds.

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I'm shirty for not allowing granddads from drinking in the passenger seat, let alone driving. 🙂

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1 hour ago, domomc said:

Strange but true, I find Thai drivers similar to New Zealand ones, generally pleasant, relaxed folk until they get behind the wheel. Too many aggressive drivers in both imo. Per capita Thailand win the championship.

New Zealand is nothing like Thailand on the roads.

 

In fact it is like the polar opposite.

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Just keep it as it is and stop messing around with limits and regulations

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Beware of little old ladies on motorbikes especially near markets!

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59 minutes ago, legend49 said:

Missed the worst group, now the young ones seem to think they are Grand Prix racers

wouldn't that group them with 'speeders'?

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