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hey,i tried using my MHS certs to get a road tax reduction annually, but was rejected every single time by LTA.

 

Since then, i threw them all away.

 

Oh my goodness, i'm pissing people off again...please pardon me,it's a compulsive mental disorder i'm suffering from.

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Originally posted by Pauche@Sep 5 2006, 11:06 AM

the MHS certs are not for road tax reduction, its for income tax rebate. submit them with your IR8A and u get 25% off your income tax payment.

huh, thanks for the info, :lovestruck: :lovestruck:

 

 

Hi bobtan9219, may I know the date you going up, need to see the date before I make any decision. Thanks...

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Originally posted by Pauche@Sep 5 2006, 11:06 AM

the MHS certs are not for road tax reduction, its for income tax rebate.  submit them with your IR8A and u get 25% off your income tax payment.

Wow! That'a a lot of $! I wan d MHS cert!

 

Hey, I'm keen too, but not a long 14 day kinda ride. Under 10 days would be nice.

 

Preferred travelling speed: 160-200 km/h.

 

Riding in TH: Practically no experience. Only MY.

 

Also, I can only make it between 23/11 to 24/12.

 

Hope to hear more details on this.

 

:smile:

 

Oh yeah!

 

Anyway to tie in with the Iron Butt SaddleSore 1000/Bun Burner 1500 certification (since we're going so far)???

 

One possibility is to ride to southern Thailand, rest a day and then do the 1760+ km (speedo error included) assault up northern Thailand within 24 hrs to qualify for the Iron Butt cert. But I'm not too sure if its possible due to the guideline on witness rule.

 

It'd be nice to kill 3 birds with 1 stone (reach Golden Triangle + get MHS cert + get Iron Butt cert)!!! :lovestruck:

 

http://www.ironbutt.com/ridecerts/getdocument.cfm?DocID=1

 

Time to plan! :bouncefire:

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Originally posted by MrLau@Sep 6 2006, 05:54 PM

you dont talk to each other, it become 2x solo ride..... o_O ... or 3x solo ride.... or 4x solo ride ?

Hey, MrLau, u oso keen on d trip ar?

 

Long time no see. :cheeky:

 

Anyway, I think "safety in numbers" is normally a better guideline than going solo. If somethin happen *choy!*, at least got someone else to help out, right?

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Originally posted by R6ex@Sep 6 2006, 05:43 PM

One possibility is to ride to southern Thailand, rest a day and then do the 1760+ km (speedo error included) assault up northern Thailand within 24 hrs to qualify for the Iron Butt cert. But I'm not too sure if its possible due to the guideline on witness rule.

Got reply from Iron Butt: :giddy:

 

"Hi!

 

No, I'm afraid your assumption is not correct - no one on the ride

(passenger or other rider) can be a witness.

 

Good luck and ride safely!

 

Ira Agins

Iron Butt Association"

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Originally posted by Pauche@Sep 7 2006, 01:21 AM

eddie - just an advise, dun be too ambitious.

:goodluck:

Come to think of it, trying for an Iron Butt on TH's unfamiliar territory is unwise. Perhaps will save it for MY's more travelled route.

 

What's the distance from GP Esso to TH's immigration booth? :confused:

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Hi,

 

I am too looking for a kaki to go to Chiang Mai and MHS. However, I'm not a 'cheongster' and my bike is certainly not - a S4 Ver S, touring speed 130+ km/h only.

 

So whoever wish to go on a relax trip spanning about 2 weeks pls email or PM me!

 

Tks!

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me too, my butt not iron, so not interested for such a rush trip!! to think about trip-how many trip can I hv in a year? I looking for a trip thats can be enjoyable as well as memorable one! So, me out for iron butt!

 

2 weeks trip for me! enjoy & be memorable!

 

anyone on?

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Originally posted by R6ex@Sep 7 2006, 09:34 AM

What's the distance from GP Esso to TH's immigration booth? :confused:

about 820+km frm GP Esso to Mys/Tha border if travel via exit 214..

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Originally posted by SimplyBoChap@Sep 10 2006, 02:47 PM

Can get income tax rebate :lovestruck:

I think i qualify for 100% rebate liao :cheeky:

stay there for a yr dun work no income = no income tax lor

:cheeky:

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