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Bangkok motorcyclists beware! - no license and cops will take your bike!

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ID: 16   Posted

Yea, yea, yea...I see more people doing all of this than ever before...driving right past the police :post-4641-1156694572:

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ID: 17   Posted

Good business. Much better than the odd 500 B😂😂😂😂😂😂

Very INNOVATIVE FORCE👌✌👍ANY JOB 4 ME?😆😆

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ID: 18   Posted

Good take them and the cars too! That way next time someone scratches up my vehicles they wont need to run away because they will have a license!

 

Fact is police should be taken off the force for asking/accepting bribes so they dont take the bikes which is all that will come from this circus act.

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ID: 19   Posted

Yada Yada Yada here we go again  :stoner:

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ID: 20   Posted

Excellent, but what are the speedlimits for motorbikes in Bangkok?

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ID: 21   Posted

2 hours ago, topt said:

And where did they get this figure from? I renewed 3 weeks ago and it was 325 baht.......

 

Just checked and probably refers to a car as my compulsory insurance for a truck was 645 baht

Does that not depend on size of the bike? 

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ID: 22   Posted

Hogs rule..CS 750

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ID: 23   Posted

43 minutes ago, Namplik said:

Does that not depend on size of the bike? 

Don't know but even if it is for the average user it is still not going to cost them anywhere near 600 baht.

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ID: 24   Posted

2 hours ago, KhunBENQ said:

Collecting the uninsured motorbikes in the village(s) would seriously calm traffic :biggrin:

As well as the underage unlicensed. One family bought a 9 year old a small motorbike which has since been discarded  and now just short of 11 she rides around on a full sized one.

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ID: 25   Posted

Next week's headlines:

 

Commerce grinds to a halt in Bangkok as a large percentage of deliveries cease, and vast numbers of employees can't get to work in the morning...

 

The Elite won't stand for it.

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ID: 26   Posted

6 hours ago, Sure said:

Nevermind motorcyclists, what about car drivers driving illegally?

What do you mean never mind motorcyclists? What nonsense. Do you never walk on Bangkoks pavements?

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ID: 27   Posted

4 hours ago, topt said:

And where did they get this figure from? I renewed 3 weeks ago and it was 325 baht.......

 

Just checked and probably refers to a car as my compulsory insurance for a truck was 645 baht

Last time I renewed my motorbike licence I did not need the insurance , do the mean the motor bike registration? 

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ID: 28   Posted

4 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

The 'crackdown' will last until the middle of next week and then be forgotten. Like every other 'crackdown'.

What???? That's more than the usual 24 hours.

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ID: 29   Posted

Until there is a proper patrol for law enforcement they can only dream of controlling anything. 

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ID: 30   Posted

3 hours ago, KhunBENQ said:

Collecting the uninsured motorbikes in the village(s) would seriously calm traffic :biggrin:

Yes, and the local schoolkids won't have their transport to get to school:cheesy:

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