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    Lithuanian man fined 12,000 baht for drifting BMW in Chon Buri

    Chon Buri Provincial Court fined a Lithuanian man 12,000 baht for dangerous driving and getting behind the wheel without a licence after a video of him drifting his luxury BMW Z4 went viral on Thai social media earlier this month. The footage captures a black BMW Z4 drifting through the centre of an intersection, surrounded by stationary vehicles waiting at…

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    Thai police stop luxury BMW with fake plates in traffic patrol

    A luxury BMW car with an unusual number plate was stopped by vigilant highway police in Thailand. All documents of the vehicle were found to be counterfeit. Today, Ekachai Khumpetch, Deputy Highway Police Commander 1, Division 1, along with Chaowalit Sridum, Deputy Highway Police Commander 1, Division 1, and Prathan Chutiphan, Deputy Highway Police Commander 1, Division 1, were conducting…

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    Luxury BMW catches fire in Phuket: Engine malfunction suspected

    A high-end BMW caught fire near a fuel station in Phuket, causing significant damage to the vehicle in the early hours of the morning today, December 15. The local authorities quickly responded to the incident, extinguishing the blaze to prevent further harm. The owner of the car revealed that smoke began to emit from the engine, prompting suspicions of mechanical malfunction.…

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    Angry ‘sugar mommy’ purposely crashes BMW into man’s house and cars, accuses him of being a prostitute

    A Thai TikTok user posted a video of an angry “sugar mommy” crashing her BMW sedan into his house and cars after she accused him of being a prostitute. The TiKToker Nat Thanapong shared the video two days ago. The video shows the BMW sedan repeatedly crashing into Nat’s black fence at the front of his house until the fence…

  • Road deaths

    Mixed blessings in Thailand’s holiday road carnage

    Thailand’s annual New Year holiday road carnage has seen 85 deaths in two days, but there were mixed blessings in a Bangkok temple, as a meritless BMW added to the grim statistics. The death toll in road accidents during the first two days of the new year holiday, traditionally a time when Thai people go home to meet their families,…

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    BMW driver kills homeless man in hit-and-run in Bangkok

    Thai police are searching for the driver of a BMW who killed a homeless man in a hit-and-run in Bangkok, Thailand, yesterday. At 11pm, officers from Bang Khun Thian Police Station received a report of a fatal car crash on the outbound Ekachai Road Soi 76 in Bangkok’s Bang Bon district. Police found the body of 52 year old Boonsri…

  • Pattaya News

    Estate developer killed in Chon Buri trailor truck crash

    An estate developer was killed after his BMW hit and became wedged under an 18-wheeler truck in Chon Buri. The man, 31-year-old Krisda Phayungpol, was the owner of a housing project and construction and design company. According to Bangkok Post, the trailer truck was reportedly making a U-turn on highway 33 in tambon Pong, Bang Lamung when the accident occurred.…

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    ICONSIAM joins forces with BMW to provide EV charging station-equipped exclusive car park

    Press Release ICONSIAM and BMW Group Thailand have extended privileges to BMW motorists with exclusive parking at Bangkok’s world-class riverside landmark. The collaboration between the two parties sees an easily accessible section of ICONSIAM’s UG floor set aside for reserved parking and an advanced electric vehicle charging station. The space can serve five vehicles at one time with two slots…

  • Thailand News

    Thailand International Motor Expo 2022

    A lot of shiny cars, a lot of shiny lights and a whole lot more pretties. Check out all the new car, bike, boat and beauty models out this new year! Tim Newton reports live from the Impact Challenger Arena as he takes a look around Thailand’s International Motor Expo 2022.

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    Thai government pushes use of electric vehicles to reduce carbon emissions

    The Thai government has approved a budget of 3 billion baht to subsidise the price of electric vehicles and has installed free-to-use EV charging stations at Benjakitti Park in Bangkok to promote the shift to a low carbon society. The spokesperson for the prime minister, Thanakorn Wangboonkongchan, announced today that PM Prayut Chan-o-cha aims to promote electric vehicles and make…

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    17 Best Marketing and Advertising Agencies in Thailand

    Sponsored Article Thailand shines as a prime business destination in Asia, excelling in e-commerce, digital transformation, and internet adoption. Its allure for international business expansion is undeniable. However, venturing into this market comes with challenges. To compete effectively, businesses must grasp Thai consumer behaviour, cultural dynamics, and prevailing marketing trends. Thai consumers have embraced digital platforms, dedicating more time to…

  • Bangkok News

    Collision results in fire in front of Bangkok’s Anti-Corruption Museum

    A collision yesterday between a taxi and a BMW on Bangkok’s Phitsanulok Road yesterday directly in front of the Anti-Corruption Museum resulted in a fire in the taxi’s engine compartment. Both drivers denied responsibilty. Security from the nearby museum rushed out with a fire extinguisher, and firemen later arrived to finish the job. The taxi driver, “Weerasak”, said he was…