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[Info] Thailand : Hatyai


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Can we speed 120km/h or more? I thought NSH max speed is 110km/h

 

 

Go and join a touring session n anybody will be glad to teach ya.

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is it ok to ride up to hatyai with rubber worms patched to rear tyre? anyone experienced?

 

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try not to la.. rubber worm is just a temporary fix. try getting it patched from the inside?

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Hi, I'm riding up Hatyai during CNY moving off at 2300hours on 30th January reaching Hatyai on 31th morning. Anybody interested can always call me at 83994567, LIVE TO RIDE RIDE TO LIVE.........

 

where do u plan to buy your Thai insurance?

 

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I don't, it's useless. I stayed in Thailand for many years before, this cross border insurance is rubbish. I did consult my Thai lawyer, after reading through the insurance layout he too say it's all rubbish. Better off to be riding on the safe side than betting on insurance! Anyways, I'm more of a relax rider never in a hurry to go places .......

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any recommendations for hotel with safe bike parking in Hatyai?

 

Most accommodations in Thailand hire guards to overlook the hotel parking area at night - irrespective of bikes or cars. Nevertheless, always carry a lock - alarmed if possible - to additionally secure your bike.

A mid-lifer who started late on the motorised 2-wheeler game. Currently riding a 200NS - with a P-plate.

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