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11,548 Drivers docked of of points since new traffic laws introduced

According to the Royal Thai Police (RTP), the offense that was recorded 3,557 times the most frequently was failing to show proof of having paid the annual car registration costs.

1,709 motorists received fines for operating without license plates, while 1,686 had points deducted for speeding.

Chai Nat province had the most drivers docked points (1,478), followed by Bangkok (1,427) and Khon Kaen (942). (211).

Each driver would start with 12 points, according to the RTP. Points will be deducted for breaking traffic laws, with the most serious offenses carrying the largest penalties of eight points each.

The driver’s license will be suspended if all 12 points are lost. The driving license will be revoked after three suspensions in three years.

Police have cautioned that failing to hold a valid license might result in a possible three-month jail sentence, a 10,000 baht fine, or both.

Drivers can download the smartphone app “Khub Dee” or visit the website https://ptm.police.go.th/eTicket to view their remaining points in real time.

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