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Australia 5.6 per 100000  Ireland 2.7  Thailand 32.7

Australias(every state) road death rate is around 1000 a year & that includes those that die after going to hospital, whats Thailand again & that does not include the ones that die after going

yes, a RR apparently.  probably just pouring himself a whiskey and got distracted. 

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Do not overtake where you might come into conflict with other road users. For example:

approaching or at a road junction on either side of the road

 

l knew there was a reason for that rule...😀

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3 minutes ago, seajae said:

It all boils down to the attitude and thinking of the people as well as their education, Thailand is a great place to live but the road users are some of the worst in the world so we just have to allow for that and accept it but that doesnt mean people cant say anything about it.

Spot on! Year after year, no improvement. Hard to have any sympathy for them!

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3 hours ago, JAS21 said:

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Do not overtake where you might come into conflict with other road users. For example:

approaching or at a road junction on either side of the road

 

l knew there was a reason for that rule...😀

Same same here.

60 m before junctions overtaking forbidden.

Usually a sign and solid yellow line from there.

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20 minutes ago, ThaIrish Sean said:

I'm intrigued know, which one do you think is wrong in the Irish clip?

Both the vehicle overtaking as well as the turning red one have their fair share.

From the level of brain damage the driver in the red car leads as he seeming didn't care to look to the left at all.

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48 minutes ago, ThaIrish Sean said:

I'm intrigued know, which one do you think is wrong in the Irish clip?

Both... But as you had to ask that question I assume you do not have a driving license....😀

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2 hours ago, Meat Pie 47 said:

Australia 5.6 per 100000  Ireland 2.7  Thailand 32.7

I don't see that as a comparison at all on death most of that Thailand figure is small motorbike & scoots, I like to see a breakdown of what vehicles to invaliate better and compare seeing as no training in Thailand as in other countries to be fare.

Another Thai bash thread. 

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