LEGAL MEASURES ON QUALIFICATIONS TO APPLY DRIVING LICENSE DURING ACCESSION TO ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY

  • พรเพ็ญ ไตรพงษ์
  • พีร์ พวงมะลิต Bachelor of Law program, School of Law and Politics, Suan Dusit University, Bangkok, Thailand1
Keywords: legal measures, qualifications to apply for driving license, ASEAN economic community

Abstract

This research study on the legal measures on qualifications to apply for driving license during accession to ASEAN Economic Community, and  aimed  to 1) analyze principle, strategy and guideline on various actions of United Nations and foreign countries for enhancement of road safety, 2) analyze laws, plans and systems of Thailand, ASEAN members and other countries and, 3) provide suggestions on law and policy on management of the personal car’s driving license to enhance road safety pursuant to international standard. The research adopt mixed method which includes quantitative and qualitative methods and the There are 400 participants. The data analysis was done through descriptive statistics including percentage. Qualitative research is carried out by  in-depth interview and related documents. The research showed the following significant results.  1) Principle, strategy and guideline in international level are definite and incessant in use for enhancing road safety in domestic level.  2) Thailand’s system and legal criteria are inferior from other countries which use the graduated driving licensing system (GDL).  3) ASEAN Declaration on Road Safety Strategy was certified by Thailand which focused on several strategic standards. The important points are for present car Harmonize standard, regulation and law on road safety.

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Published
2018-01-21
Section
บทความวิจัย (Research Article)