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Motorbikes and Scooters in Thailand: The Rules and what you should know!

Many travelers to Thailand have been by-passing services, like public transportation and automobiles with drivers, and are driving themselves. The brief answer?  Yes. If you want to drive a car or ride a bike in…

Thailand Vehicle Transfer of Ownership – Car or Motorbike in your Name [HOW TO]

Many expats or even people on a long holiday in Thailand consider buying a vehicle at some point. If you are one of those, then you must transfer ownership of the vehicle in your name…

New Thai law means traffic police cannot confiscate driving licences

Effective from 20th September, traffic police have no authority to confiscate the driving license of the driver of an automobile or motorcycle when being stopped for a traffic violation under the new Land Traffic Act B.E.…

New Traffic cameras to bust red light runners (Map here)

BANGKOK — Seeing no cops around doesn’t mean you can get away with running a red light, because a newly upgraded red light camera system went live Sunday. A new traffic law enforcement system is now…