Thailand Plates - Page 2 - Ducati Scrambler Forum
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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-02-2015, 11:51 PM Thread Starter
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The issue in Thailand is that the Scrambler is a new model and the Licensing Bureau (or whatever they are called) did not have that bike in it's system. If you bought any other model Ducati, you'd have your plates in a couple of days... but they were not set up for the Scrambler. It is not the dealer's fault. The DLT finally got their act together and issued the Plates on Monday, to everyone.
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I just talked to my dealer in Buriram and he said three months. Well, next week will be 3 months. But he gave me a red plate for the meantime.
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