Tuesday 8 November 2016, 01:59PM
Rorii,according to WHO-Statistics,there are less road fatalities per 100.000 inhabitants and also less road fatalities per 100.000 motor vehicles in m...(Read More)
@BenPendejo I am for sure will not bet against you. and it was not a kid who died, he was 28. if he was the driver, I can only say, thanks god he kill...(Read More)
I have to disagree with you on this one Kurt...the primary project should be to place all cables underground, and the removal of dead and excess cable...(Read More)
On Phuket it remains: Speed is your winner ( to heaven?)
So many road users don't see driving as being a traffic participant.
They not look fo...(Read More)
For a few years already I advocate the removal of dead/unused cables hanging in the poles like spaghetti.
Not only Patong, all over Phuket!
Who installed it? Where were they educated to do these installations?
How many did they install? Where did they,and others, who were trained like the...(Read More)
Eagle, in the interests of safety, just what country are you from, we may need to know this so we can be aware of possible lesser skilled drivers, if ...(Read More)
The only people I feel sorry for are the parents and family of the deceased, but then again, I would wager to bet that this kid's fate was much at...(Read More)
Another Taxi involved in a fatality involving a motorcyclist.
Looks like another B400 fine as the Taxi driver is Thai....(Read More)
From the comments here, it's as plain as day why Thai authorities never listen nor want to listen to outsiders and what they consider best for Tha...(Read More)