By: Anonymous: Alien ()  Saturday, 16 September 2017 @ 03:29 PM ICT (Read 333 times)  

I've seen an RE with side-car on display in a showroom.
Is that a road legal combination in Thailand?
Hope so, it looks superb.

By: Anonymous: Steve. ()  Friday, 29 September 2017 @ 08:49 AM ICT  

I was in the Royal Enfield showroom in BKK yesterday.

Yes, it's fully legal here in Thailand, the green book has it listed as a "Sam-lor" ( 3 wheeled vehicle ).

Looked really good, i'm 193cms tall and could comfortably sit in the sidecar with legs fully straight. Also a very good price too.

By: Anonymous: Tjilpi ()  Friday, 29 September 2017 @ 10:39 AM ICT  

Thanks Steve.

The confusion continues because I went into the Chiang Mai dealer and a Thai friend queried them about the issue and we were told the bike with side-car attached is illegal, as are ALL side-cars (yes, even Somchai with his little delivery side-car attached to his Wave).

If that is the case then why are they 'for sale' on the showroom floor?

I hope you are correct.

Rgs

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