Debatemne: Thai-Dk Din debat side :: Happy New Year 2018 - Don’t Drink and Drive

Oprettet af thai d. 21-12-2017 16:24
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A new YouTube video campaigning against drink-driving during the Christmas and New Year period highlights the fact that Thailand has the highest rate of road-accident fatalities in the world outside of a war zone.

Prominent businessman Sermsin Samalapa on Wednesday uploaded the 55-second “Drink Drive Death” clip, of which he was executive producer, with the intention of raising awareness among the public about the danger of driving while drunk. Sermsin cited statistics from the World Health Organisation (WHO), Probation Department, and Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department, which indicate that drink-driving is the main cause of road accidents during the New Year holidays.
http://www.nation...l/30334396


Oprettet af M55 d. 30-12-2017 16:37
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det går jo godt :( sprit festen forsætter på de thailandske veje ((1((


A total of 727 people have been arrested for drunk driving on Thursday and Friday, the first two days of the seven-day monitoring period of drunk driving, a senior official said.

Thawatchai Thaikhiew, deputy permanent secretary at the Justice Ministry, said the statistic was collected by the Corrections Department.

The department has been informed that 1,107 motorists had been arrested and would be given social service punishment because of bad driving during the first two days.

Of this, 727 were arrested for drunk driving, 43 for reckless driving, one for road racing, and 336 for testing positive for drug use while driving. He said 70 of the cases happened in Bangkok, 48 in Surin, 45 in Mahasarakham, 36 in Nonthaburi, and 24 in Chachoengsao.

http://www.nation...s/30335099

Oprettet af Cornflakes d. 30-12-2017 19:17
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Det er trist, men det er vel det samme i Danmark, bortset fra at her straffes der.

Oprettet af dutling68 d. 30-12-2017 20:40
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her i hua hin koster det ca 10,000 baht hvis man har drukket ved kasse et.....og efter de har været ved atm og hævet og betalt for de lov til at køre vidre i deres brandet...

Oprettet af yindee d. 31-12-2017 00:18
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dutling68 skrev:
her i hua hin koster det ca 10,000 baht hvis man har drukket ved kasse et.....og efter de har været ved atm og hævet og betalt for de lov til at køre vidre i deres brandet...


den pris er vel kun for falanger

Oprettet af dutling68 d. 31-12-2017 10:09
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det ved jeg ikke men dem jeg kender er blevet taget i div sprit razzia..og de har betalt fra 10,000 til 13,000..........

Oprettet af yindee d. 31-12-2017 15:25
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dutling68 skrev:
det ved jeg ikke men dem jeg kender er blevet taget i div sprit razzia..og de har betalt fra 10,000 til 13,000..........


her er de nye officielle regler


Weerachai said that this year the punishment for drunk driving became hasher.

Those found to be drunk driving will face a jail term of up to one year, a fine of up to Bt20,000 and a six-month driver’s licence suspension.

Those who caused an accident while drunk will face a jail term of one to five years, a fine of up to Bt100,000 and a one-year suspension of their driver’s licence.

If a crash involving a drunk driver led to a death, the drunk driver will face 3-10 years in jail, a Bt60,000-Bt200,000 fine and a life-long suspension of their driver’s licence, said Weerachai.



Source: http://www.nation...l/30335047

Oprettet af thai d. 01-01-2018 16:11
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Road deaths rise to 239 after 4 days of New Year's danger period

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Sakon Nakhon police give free safety helmets instead of tickets to motorcyclists to curb the death toll during the New Year holidays.


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Oprettet af Cornflakes d. 01-01-2018 17:36
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Jeg koere hverken bil eller mc idag, jeg har lao khao eftervirkninger fra igaar.

Godt nytaar.((5))

Redigeret af Cornflakes d. 01-01-2018 17:36

Oprettet af nick d. 04-01-2018 12:59
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Med eller uden lao khao det kører A H T((1((


Drink-driving behind 90% of violations

Almost 4,000 motorists have been put on probation for traffic law violations nationwide, the department added. [

Justice Ministry deputy permanent secretary Thawatchai Thaikhiew yesterday revealed the figures relating to court probation orders against traffic laws violators nationwide during the holiday period between Dec 28 and Jan 2.


A total of 3,936 motorists have been put on probation. Of them, 3,515 cases involved drink-driving or about 89%, while 44 cases involved reckless driving (just over 1%), as well as 376 other traffic violations (nearly 10%), Mr Thawatchai said.

https://www.bangk...violations

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Redigeret af nick d. 04-01-2018 12:59