Transportation Main Category

Showing all 3 results

  • Traffic Laws in Thailand 2021

    $4.99 Helping Hand
    Add to cart

    Either foreign resident or visitor, whether driving a car or motorbike with an International Driver License or learning the traffic rules for the Thai driver exam test or just using the road as a pedestrian, everyone should be more or less familiar with the traffic laws in Thailand.

    Thailand has one of the highest road death tolls in the world and the worst in Asia. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), each year more than 20,000 Thai people die in road crashes and many more are seriously injured and become permanently disabled. More than 80% of the road fatalities are motorcyclists and many accidents occur while driving under the influence of alcohol.

    A great number of internet forums inform about the specific dangers on Thai roads, give clear warnings what should be expected, avoided and known when using public roads and provide advice how to stay clear of dangerous situations and accidents.

    This road guide book gives an overview of the official road laws and regulations in Thailand. However, besides knowing those official directives, every road user from a foreign country should be very wary of the habitual and customary “road rules” exercised by Thai drivers that are also highlighted herein.

    There is the old saying among foreign residents in Thailand that “it is not the matter if you have an accident but when.” This is first and foremost true for those farangs driving motorbikes. BE WARNED AND PREPARED!

    Add to cart
  • Electric Ride

    $0.00 Mccullough, John

    Build your own, DC motor for your scooter.  Step by step instructions.
    Self Charging
    Many applications

    (Downloads - 10)

  • The Gasoline Tramp or Around the World on a Motorcycle (1912-1913)

    $2.99$19.95 Clancy, Carl Stearns
    Select options

    Strap on your motorcycle helmet, slip on your leather jacket, boots and gloves. Join the Gasoline Tramp on the first and wildest motorcycle ride around the world.
    Described as the ‘longest, most difficult and most perilous motorcycle journey ever attempted,’ this book recounts the 1912-1913 motorcycle ride around the world by Carl Stearns Clancy.
    After he completed his record setting global circumnavigation he compiled his notes and magazine articles in two long lost notebooks. 100 years after Clancy’s ‘round the world motorcycle adventure his work has been published as The Gasoline Tramp.
    Whether the reader is a history buff or motorcycling enthusiast, Clancy’s view of the world from atop a motorcycle was never seen before, and likely will never be again. Bad roads, guns, sickness, a crashed and broken motorcycle, corrupt officials and wild animals, Clancy faced them all.
    He rode his 1912 Henderson motorcycle where no man had ever ridden before. Clancy left his home in America as admittedly a 21 year-old boy. 18,000 miles and 10 months later he returned as a self-described man. He crossed America, Europe, Africa and Asia on his journey. His ride around the world truly defines what motorcycle adventure means.

    Select options