Vehicle drivers who stop working to stop their lorries for pedestrians at zebra crossings deal with an optimum fine of 4,000 baht and have actually one point subtracted from their driving license instantly under the brand-new law.
Deputy federal government spokesperson Rachada Dhnadirek stated the brand-new law, which was implemented on Jan 9 boosts charges and embraces the point reduction system to guarantee the security of pedestrians at zebra crossings.
Each certified chauffeur has 12 points. Any chauffeurs who lose all 12 points will have their licenses suspended for 90 days. At the 3rd total point loss in 3 years, licenses might be suspended longer. At the 4th total point loss, licenses might be withdrawed.
Any chauffeur who breaches the suspension order will be punishable by an optimum of 3 months behind bars and/or an optimum of 10,000-baht fine.
Deducted points will be brought back in one year after the dates of infraction. ( TNA)