It's Monday night and you decided to have just one more pint with the lads before your commute home. What could go wrong? Now you're behind the wheel of your 5 Series on the inside lane of Sukhumvit Road with a police breathalyser stop 30m ahead, cars on all flanks and nowhere to go.
The breath mints? They aren't going to help. Since you have Sunday's Spectrum in the pile beside you, why not read about what is in store for you while you wait to blow.
Thailand's drink-driving laws are similar to those in many jurisdictions and stricter than some. The Land Traffic Act BE 2522 (1979) and related regulations set out most of the drink-driving rules, while the Penal Code also includes some related penalties.
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