That’s because in Chiang Mai, no one really pays attention to rules, and everything still works out just fine.
In Chiang Mai, you pay 200 baht (£4) to hire one for the day.
Traffic lights seem to be for guidance purposes only: if your light is red but there’s no traffic coming from other directions, feel free to drive on.
In Chiang Mai, it seems to be common sense, reciprocity and consideration for others that “rule”.
Yes, rules come in handy (and we’re not necessarily suggesting that UK drivers start blasting their way through red lights).

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