Unbuckled rear-seat passengers face 2,000 baht fine from Sept. 5 onwards

PASSENGERS not belting up when seated at the back of a vehicle face 2,000 baht fine starting Sept. 5 as an amendment of the Road Traffic Act comes into effect thenceforth, Amarin TV said today (August 10). This amendment was to kick in 120 days after publication in the Royal Gazette. The key change was […]

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People caught not wearing masks in public three times could face ฿20,000 fine

THAILAND’S National Communicable Disease Committee has announced that people who do not wear masks in public may face a fine of up to 20,000 baht, if they are caught breaking the rule for the third time, NNT said today (June 10). According to an announcement, published in the Royal Gazette, the move aims to ensure […]

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