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Posted by: Baby Farts
« on: April 19, 2017, 07:14:59 PM »

About time.  I can't stand these buggers who do this and the ones who have the nerve to beep their horn at you. 

They should offer a reward to catch people making illegal U-Turns.  I know a great spot to set up shop.  It's right under the bridge on Mittaprap road where you can turn left to get on the 304 if you're coming from the Old Walrus pub.  Motorcycles just love to go the wrong way there in the opposite direction.  I blast them with the train horn every chance I get and because of the bridge it adds an even louder echo effect.  Many times some of these folks will yell at me or point fingers in dismay.  Why?...because I pointed out their mistake in front of everyone causing a lost of face.  A regular horn can get you into a trouble too despite the other idiot is completely in the wrong doing something illegal. 

"How dare you point out my mistake!"
Posted by: thaiga
« on: April 19, 2017, 03:11:24 PM »

What a good idea Those who report motorbikes parking or riding on the sidewalk will get half of the fine if it is paid that is. Wait a minute do us expats need a work permit.

Report a Moto on Sidewalk and Get Paid Half the Fine

Those who report motorbikes parking or riding on the sidewalk will get half of the fine if it is paid, City Hall said Sunday.

The fine, which runs upward of 5,000 baht, will be divided in two, with half given to the Good Samaritan whose photo or video leads to tracking down the motorcyclist who ignores the law in this latest attempt to tame the capital’s pedestrian areas.

An image that clearly show the license plate of a motorbike must be sent to municipal enforcement officers or tessakit or through City Hall’s hotline 1555. If it is a motorbike taxi, the evidence must clearly display their vest, which displays their number and assigned stand.

Only when the rider is found and fined under the 1992 Maintenance of Public Sanitary and Order Act, the district office will submit a letter to the informant to pay the incentive.

However, authorities said that does not always mean they will get 2,500 baht.

“You have to understand that the fine depends on tessakit’s discretion,” said Natthanan Kanlayasiri of City Hall. “For example, if it is the first time of the wrongdoer, the fine might be just 1,000 baht and then 2,000 baht for the second time and 5,000 baht for the third time.”
Posted by: nan
« on: March 20, 2017, 02:48:57 PM »

total disrespect for the law,pedestrians and other peoples properties,why,they have been allowed to get away with it
Posted by: nan
« on: March 07, 2017, 08:57:08 PM »

a bendy toy comes to mind
Posted by: nan
« on: February 11, 2017, 06:53:08 PM »

here's a pic for your collection, now in force 5,000 bht fine for motorcycles on the sidewalk
don't worry this taxi guy though
Posted by: thaiga
« on: February 01, 2017, 05:14:29 PM »

What an eyesore, to keep motorcycles off the sidewalk, enforce the law job done