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On 10/25/2020 at 6:19 PM, LoliLoso said:
On 10/22/2020 at 8:21 PM, Bruce Aussie Chiang Mai said:

See many brand new cars with black removed on purpose to avoid cameras.

So why bother.

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Yes.  Seen many with black paint removed. Wonder whether the BiB will fined them ?

The black paint HAS NOT been removed. The black paint is rubbish and fades in sunlight. My Ranger's front number plate faded first as that bit sticks out of our Honda CR-V sized car port. The rear number plate was always in the shade and never faded. Last year I swapped the rear plates with the front plates. Six months later, they had bleached out as well.

 

Then I got stopped by the BiB... (see post #6 on page 1)

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I just don't like to give the cops any reason for me to hand over any money to them. that's why.   

See many brand new cars with black removed on purpose to avoid cameras. So why bother. 😀❤🇹🇭

I recently lost my front plate going through deeper water than normal. I had to get a police report to take to DLT but I doubt if you would as you have the old plates. I think it was 105 for the plate

On 10/27/2020 at 7:15 AM, Dazinoz said:
On 10/26/2020 at 7:54 PM, SePl said:

 

yes but what happens when you are waiting 7 weeks after they take your old plates?

 

 

You get a receipt to show police if you are stopped for no plate.

 

This looks like this is getting really hard for some people to understand.

 

You drive to the LTO with your faded plates attached.

 

You either take them off or show a picture of the faded plates to the new/replacement plate desk jockey.

 

You order and pay for your new plates, get a dated receipt that you can show to any interested cops in the interim.

 

You drive away on your faded plates, ie. you do NOT have to surrender them if you don't want to. YMMV.

 

You drive back at the appointed date, surrender your faded plates and get the new ones and sign for them.

 

Any questions?

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On 10/22/2020 at 8:21 PM, Bruce Aussie Chiang Mai said:

See many brand new cars with black removed on purpose to avoid cameras.

So why bother.

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Works out cheaper if you travel a lot in a hurry. 

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On 10/28/2020 at 12:06 PM, NanLaew said:

 

This looks like this is getting really hard for some people to understand.

 

You drive to the LTO with your faded plates attached.

 

You either take them off or show a picture of the faded plates to the new/replacement plate desk jockey.

 

You order and pay for your new plates, get a dated receipt that you can show to any interested cops in the interim.

 

You drive away on your faded plates, ie. you do NOT have to surrender them if you don't want to. YMMV.

 

You drive back at the appointed date, surrender your faded plates and get the new ones and sign for them.

 

Any questions?

 

 

Can I do it in Chonburi if my plate is from BKK ?

 

Thank you so much !

 

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Just an up date.

new plates cost 255 baht

45 days for new plates to come.

fill form in, form all in Thai,  ha ha. go over to copy shop outside, they will do it.

Need copy passport picture page and visa page. plus car reg book

leave plates on car, just take photo to show,   take old ones in when new plates come.

 

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On 11/28/2020 at 3:15 PM, quake said:

Just an up date.

new plates cost 255 baht

45 days for new plates to come.

fill form in, form all in Thai,  ha ha. go over to copy shop outside, they will do it.

Need copy passport picture page and visa page. plus car reg book

leave plates on car, just take photo to show,   take old ones in when new plates come.

 

 

 

Problem, it must be ordered where the car is registered...

 

 

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