Like any other country in the world, Thailand has traffic rules and fines for breaking them. For some travelers this comes as a surprise!
One guy from the United Kingdom once told us that the 500 baht fine he paid to a policeman for driving without a license was a racist fine!
He may have forgotten that in the United Kingdom, where he was from, the fine for driving without a license is usually around £1,000 (45,000 baht = 90 times more) and 3-6 penalty points. The maximum penalty is a level five fine, which is £5,000 (225,000 baht = 450 times more) and six months in jail.
Strangely, when talking about racist fines in Thailand, he didn’t mention that.
So we’ve uploaded e-books in English for you about traffic rules in Thailand to Dropbox. You can download them and read them at your convenience.
E-Book #1. Road Traffic Act of Thailand (en) – Download from Dropbox
E-Book #2. Vehicle act of Thailand (en) – Download from Dropbox
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Cat Motors Team