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New Straits Times. Some Thai drivers crossing into Malaysia to take advantage of less expensive diesel prices are placing firearms on their dashboards to threaten filling station attendants into selling them more than the limit.

Diesel fuel costs almost twice as much in Thailand as Malaysia ($0.47 per liter versus $0.26 per liter). Malaysia has set a cap of 20 liters for non-Malaysian vehicles

According to the paper, many Thais drive back across the border in their four-wheel-drive vehicles with 60 liters.


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