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A crowd of about 200 locals in east Pattaya gathered at a school on Monday to raise awareness about Thailand’s problems with road safety. Speakers discussed the kingdom’s poor driver training, and the even worse enforcement of motorcycle helmets, which riders often don’t wear. Among the crowd was Chon Buri Deputy Governor Naris Niramaiwong, along with teachers, students, and volunteers. Officials set up a road checkpoint to stop motorists without helmets. The volunteers gave away helmets to riders without them, and the students repainted crosswalks. Earlier this month, Thailand was ranked as the second most dangerous country to drive in, […]

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A good thing, but sadly, it won't make much difference. A typical Thai 1 day campaign that's completely forgotten tomorrow.

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