New Traffic Tickets More Convenient – But Can’t Be Ignored

PUBLISHED ON THU, DEC 7, 2017 5:37 PM

New Traffic Tickets More Convenient – But Can’t Be Ignored

By Teeranai Charuvastra, Staff Reporter

 

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A cop hands out roses instead of tickets to traffic violators on Valentine's Day 2016 in Sakon Nakhon province.

 

BANGKOK — A new type of traffic ticket, which includes a barcode and English translation, will come into universal use early next year, police said Thursday.

 

In addition to impeding corruption, the new tickets allow traffic violators to pay fines at an ATM and are translated into English for the ever increasing number of foreign motorists in Thailand, said Jirapat Phumjit, deputy commander of Bangkok metro police. They also cannot be simply ignored as the old tickets often were.

 

Full Story: http://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2017/12/07/new-tickets-more-convenience-not-ignorable/

 
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