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Motorists warned of pedestrian crossing penalties

A woman holds up a rabbit sign urging motorists to stop at the pedestrian crossing on Phaya Thai Road in Ratchathewi district where Dr Waraluck Supawatjariyakul was killed by a Ducati super bike ridden by off-duty policeman, Norawich Buadok, on Jan 21 last year. ‘Rabbit’ (kratai in Thai) was Dr Waraluck’s nickname. (File photo: Apichit Jinakul)

Motorists who fail to stop for pedestrians at zebra crossings will be fined up to 4,000 baht and have one point deducted immediately from their licence under new traffic laws now being enforced.

Increased penalties and a points deduction system for traffic violations apply under under new traffic laws effective since Jan 9 and now being enforced by police, deputy government…

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