The greatest number of the accidents on Monday were caused by drunk driving (43.03%), followed by speeding (22.34%). The majority (78.23%) of the accidents involved motorcycles.
Monday's figures brought the number of people killed and injured in the first four days, April 11-14, to 204 and 2,142 respectively in 2,027 accidents.
The four-day figures showed Nakhon Ratchasima had the largest number of fatalities (11).
Nakhon Si Thammarat saw the highest accumulated number of accidents (75) and injuries (82).
The accident-free province as of Monday was Chaiyaphum.