WATCH: Motorbike Safety in Thailand

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel: The situation around the world is changing dramatically. Various governments have changed their travel warnings to restrict travel during this time. To understand how this may impact cover under your policy, please go to our FAQs and select your country of residence.

For the latest travel warnings and alerts around the world, read about lockdowns and border restrictions.

Want to ride a motorbike in Thailand? If you're an inexperienced or unlicensed rider, you'll be in for a shock after watching this.


Photo © World Nomads


Are you thinking of getting on a motorbike during your trip to Thailand? Do you need to have a license before you hit the streets?

Well, if you are an inexperienced or unlicensed rider, you could be in for a shock or two after watching this video.

Get a travel insurance quote for Thailand

You can buy at home or while traveling, and claim online from anywhere in the world. With 150+ adventure activities covered and 24/7 emergency assistance.

Related articles


  • su said

    Her boyfriend wasn't allowed in the ambulance,so she was alone, being transported to Bangkok, for brain surgery,after the motorbike accident.

  • charlie Hoon said

    There has been a report of rabies virus breakout in Thailand recently. Tourists who plan to visit Thailand should be aware of the epidemic. It is advisable to stay away from stray dogs or cats.

    There are 4 guidelines to keep you away from being infected;

    Don’t provoke unknown dogs or cats.
    Don’t intervene the fight between dogs or cats.
    Don’t touch animals while they are being fed.
    Don’t stay close to suspicious animals.

Add a Comment