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19 hours ago, dallen52 said:

Its called Asset Protection. 

Australia has a requirement that a permit is obtained before any work. 

Environmental, access points, roads, pavements, air and noise pollution. 

All have to be conformed to and damage made good before sign off on the final works...

BUT THIS thailand !!!

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12 hours ago, emptypockets said:

I've seen many trucks getting watered down before they leave construction sites in Bangkok.

Exactly, that is easy. But the general construction process you cannot. They use that as an excuse rather than deal with vehicular and burning which are the main issues

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11 hours ago, Youlike said:

I can foresee huge traffic jams from electric cars with an empty battery....and they also won't have airconditioning so who buys them?

For sure it's necessary to build an infrastructure to charge them. And all electric cars have an aircon. 

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3 hours ago, tinca tinca said:

BUT THIS thailand !!!

Yes.

But Thailand is great at copying things. lol.

 

It works well in Australia and the UK. 

You have to abide by the conditions and make good any damage your work creates..

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On 1/23/2020 at 12:47 PM, CNXexpat said:

Set the import tax for electric cars to zero and you´ll get more of them. But because no electric cars are produced in Thailand and the import tax for them is around 200% nobody buy them.

Plus you can't fit after market exhaust systems on electric cars or drill holes in your pick up exhaust to draw attention to yourself on the road.

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