Monday, July 21, 2014
While some cab drivers in Bangkok puff away in the front seat between fares, many cabbies prohibit smoking in their cabs. It's common to see No Smoking signs in Thai taxis, but they're usually the plain kind that have a symbol of a cigarette with a red slash through it. This sticker has those symbols, too, but this one is much more personable and politely asks passengers to kindly refrain from smoking. The Thai government should use this same upbeat tactic to warn people about the dangers of smoking rather than requiring local producers of cigarettes to print gruesome images of black, tar-filled lungs on their packages.
Posted by Dale at 10:05 PM