Deputy Bangkok Governor Sakontee Pattiyakul said BMA had kicked off the operation in February and has removed 800 wrecked cars so far.
“Five wrecked cars seized by Yannawa police more than a decade ago were finally taken to an auto wreck centre in Nong Khaem district today,” he said. “There are still 42 wrecked cars that need to be removed from Bangkok roads.”
He has urged people who find discarded totalled cars to inform their district offices or via the City Law Enforcement Department’s website.
“Those who inform the city authorities will receive half of the fine taken from the wrecked car’s owner,” he added.
People who leave their wrecked cars in public areas stand to face a fine of up to 5,000 baht.
Published : Jun 27, 2022
Published : May 20, 2021
By : The Nation