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Most Road Fatalities Involve Motorcycle

 

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BANGKOK, Oct 30 (TNA) –  Most deaths from road accidents during the Loy Krathong Festival involved motorcycles, said Don’t Drive Drunk Foundation  Secretary-General Thaejing Siripanit.

 

The foundation is concerned over road traffic deaths during the Loy Krathong celebration this year, he said citing last year’s figures that showed 161 deaths and 8,205 injuries.

 

Most deaths were related to driving while under influence of alcohol.

 

Full Story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news/line-today-english-news-574144

 

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Well, what a surprise ...  🙄 

I am not surprised my experience  is that thai motorcyclists have absolutely no road sense or consideration for pedestrians or other vehicles. They drive 'like pedestrians walk' with no awareness of w

Instead of announcing what we already know how about telling us what they intend to do about it ?    Stunned silence of course !

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While a mocy is the best the oppressed majority can afford, nothing is about to change! The carnage continues unabated!

 

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13 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Most deaths from road accidents during the Loy Krathong Festival involved motorcycles,

 

That is all fine & well but perhaps an obvious observation considering drunken car/truck drivers have

seat belts & a metal box surrounding them when they plow thru the motorcycles

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I routinely see scooters zipping down the highway at 80-100kph, small bike, small tires, no helmets, 2 people on the bike.  Zipping in and out of traffic, passing on the left, the right, etc.  And most don't even have proper licenses.

 

Many times, it's not the scooters fault.  It's another scooter or vehicle that's run into them.

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