Three years ago, Mikhail was a naive student, carelessly rolling the miracle of the French car industry Renault Clio in a relatively fresh state – the “five-year plan.” True, “naked” on equipment. And suddenly his car fate made a sharp turn. It turned out that in the garage of a friend of the family in the Irkutsk region, the Toyota Camry V30 of 1993 was gathering dust without movement, which the owner is ready to sell as useless. Continue reading
In our country, cars “die” slowly. The average global share of the fleet disposal is 6–7% per year. And in Russia, this figure is significantly lower – 2.5%. The reason is obvious – there is no money from the people, so the old one is patched up.
Every year, millions of cars accumulate in the world that will not return to the roads, and something needs to be done with these cars. Continue reading