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Tips For Driving In Thailand

Thailand is a nation known for its parties, endless beaches, delicious food, kind people, and much more. If you’re thinking of traveling to Thailand for your next international vacation, you are bound to have the time of your life as you’ll be making innumerable memories. If you are someone who likes to be independent and drive yourself around during a holiday in a rented vehicle and intend to do the same in Thailand, then you should follow these tips while driving.

  • Parking In Thailand

Finding parking in the west can be a hassle as there are various rules and regulations that one needs to follow. However, this isn’t the case in Thailand, you’ll find vehicles parked on the side of the road and basically wherever space can be found. The things to look out during parking are signs that notify of no parking on odd/even days or not to park at specific hours.

  •  Don’t Drive Under The Influence

Thailand is known to be the place for partying and letting loose. However, it is best that you don’t drive the vehicle under any influence as the police in Thailand are very strict about this. Also, the Thai roads are risky, and driving under the influence can be lethal. It is best to leave your vehicle at your hotel when you go out to have a good time in Thailand. You can take public transport or a taxi instead of driving.

  • Secure Yourself

As mentioned before, Thai roads are dangerous and risky, and driving on them is no child’s play. Make sure that you get Thailand travel insurance so that you are covered in case of an accident or mishap. With travel insurance, you’ll be covered for your medical and legal emergencies, along with many other benefits. It will help you have a smooth sailing and fun experience in Thailand without a spec of stress.

  • Follow Caution On Roads

The Thai roads are dangerous, and you will find various vehicles zooming past you or trying to overtake your vehicle. The quality of Thai roads is not up to the mark as there are no dividers and multiple potholes. In circumstances like these, it is essential to be conscious by wearing your helmet and seatbelts. There are also strict rules regarding wearing of helmet and seatbelts; if you are caught without it, you’ll be fined heavily by the Thai cops.

The Thai roads may seem like mayhem, but there is a method to the madness, and following these tips will help your drive become more relaxed and safer. Thailand is also well connected with multiple public means of transport, tuk-tuks, taxis, and more available throughout the city. When in Thailand, do it as the Thais do! While driving around, don’t forget exploring the nightlife of Thailand.

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