Many will say it is common sense. Others will claim it will never be enforceable.

Authorities in Thailand have issued plans to stop people travelling in the back of pick-ups, which has not gone down well with the people of Thailand, ahead of the Songkran festivities. However this will be a permanent ban on people travelling in such a way.

But the most unusual amendment is that people will not even be permitted to travel in the rear seats of a pick-up’s cab? Then the question has to be asked “what are these seats intended for?”

Amazingly the famous baht bus or song thaew is exempt from the new rulings, despite having no seat belts.

Will these new laws be enforced in the same way that not wearing a crash helmet is?

Let us know what you think about the above.


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