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Riding a bike in Thailand 

Useful tips for riding a bike in Thailand. 

Attention : From 01.07.2010 it is obligate for your passenger to wear a helmet too. 

1:

Phuket's main streets are basically in good condition and with sufficient signal and road signs .
Motorbikes on Phuket are the most widely used vehicles, which is the best to choose for a personal trip.
However, we recommend renting only for persons who have a little bit of experience riding a bike
on Thailand's roads. 

Principle is therefore to recommend a cautious and proactive behavior. 

Note : Left-essential traffic on Phuket's roads !!  (all Thailand) 

2:

Absolute helmets compulsory for the driver in Phuket. (Passengers so far voluntarily without a helmet requirement)
Failure will be punished by the Thai police with a mandate. (300 - 500 Bath) 

3:

You need an international driving license, the police will check it.
Failure will be punished by the Thai police with a mandate. (300 - 500 Bath) 

4:

For technical problems, possibly occurring with the motorcycle, please contact Nee's Motorbikes.

 

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