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Letter from a former motorist in Thailand writing his past adventures.

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The big problem for Thai people is that they are convinced how to behave well on the road, here are some examples:

Start with red
Increase the speed with yellow and switch with red
Never give way to anyone who wants to enter a lane.
Drive without stopping to get to the cemetery first.
Overcoming left or right depends on which way to go faster
Get there earlier than what's behind a meter.
If possible, cut the road better in tight corners.
Get past a motorcycle as far to the right as possible by not looking at the car coming in front.
Overcoming in a blind curve is the must.
Look left and right and decide that the road is clear with red.
Obviously going against hand is a valuable badge in making known that he is a champion of the wheel.
Modify the bikes to make them look like bicycles and run fast behind cars without brakes.
Selling the mirrors of motorcycles because they are not aesthetic and are of no use.
Cut the road to the car they have just passed and causing the unfortunate victim to exit the road because they have not calculated the length of their vehicle.
Load the vehicle to the maximum up to multiply by 100 the allowed weight and volume.
Use the headlights just to say step I first.
Circulating at night without lights is wonderful.
Stop along the way for a mechanical breakdown and fill the road with branches to hide behind.
Truckers sleep by the roadside with their headlights off or almost off.
Running behind the ambulances for go more quikly Hospital.

I have not finished the list as it is endless .......please completed more.....
 
Now I only take the train that generally arrives a few hours after the scheduled time, although recently in trouble because they stole part of the track blocks in Hua Hin, but fortunately no injured because it was slowly going since it was from the 18th century, but now the trains are going faster, the pilots are practicing to pick up the new high-speed trains, who knows which will take precedence on the same rail.
 
Anything you choose to travel to Thailand is a challenge to the Russian roulette.
Good luck everyone
 
 
 
 
 
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Sounds all pretty normal for Thailand what's your problem.? 

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They never replace the taillight bolb on a motorcycle as it stops the ghosts following them home down that dark road, car tyres sreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeching, *^)&^%(^%^%$*%#[email protected]

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35 minutes ago, faraday said:

Btw, what is Liqui Moly?

 

 

Stuff that makes your car look faster.

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Thanks to everyone for wanting to lengthen the list, you can stretch it without limit on the roads of the LOS

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save money, for more Lao Khao, by not bothering to   have a drivers license, or  insurance.

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