Various agencies in Thailand have launched a no-drunk-driving campaign for the 2020 New Year festival. The campaign is to raise awareness of social responsibility among car drivers. Thailand’s Deputy police chief Pol Gen Wirachai Songmetta, offered his support for the no-drunk-driving and social responsibility campaign. He also gave 10 points of advice to car drivers and bike riders to reduce the number of road accidents. His ten recommendations were: Do not speed – Slow down Don’t drive in the wrong direction Do not violate run red lights Use your safety belt Carry a driver’s license Don’t pass other vehicles in blind spots Don’t get drunk and then drive – No drunk driving Wear...
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