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More than 100 drunk drivers vehicles impounded across Thailand’s highways

More than one hundred vehicles have been impounded across the country by military and police officials manning checkpoints along the highways according to the National Council for Peace and Order. The checkpoints were set up in line with Army Chief Theerachai Nakwanich’s order to arrest drink drivers and seize their vehicles. The impounded vehicles will be available to be reclaimed on Jan 6th. Emphasis on road safety is being placed on secondary roads between villages used by motorcyclists.

Of the 100 apprehended for drink driving 36 were in areas under the responsibility of the 2nd army and 64 in areas under the responsibility of the 3rd army. 50 cars and 50 bikes were impounded, 38 drivers had their license suspended.



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