Given a choice between a house and a car, what do you think most Thais who had never owned either would choose? Well, a car, of course.
he first-car buyer policy has only added to Bangkok’s traffic problems to the point where people are reminded of the situation in the 1990s when motorists had to keep portable urinals in their cars.
Let's admit it, most of us love cars. However, most Thai people love them less as a mode of transportation that takes one from point A to point B than as a status symbol that tells the world we are somebody. The fact that they are a convenient mode of transportation is a sweet bonus.
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