When the car becomes out of use to its owner, or when it gets to tired and refuses to keep further service it's a normal thing to leave it rusting under open skies in post Soviet countries. Officials don't fine people for that and don't tow cars away, so
many small streets or public yards have one or two of those that would not move by themselves away again. Some of them even get painted by locals to a color of a curb or of a nearby wall. Those ones stay on streets of Ukraine.
Lexus could pay those guys some benefits for this real life crash test of this Darwinism award winning frontal crash event when two lexus drivers were stubborn enough not to give the lane to each other. As a
result both Lexus suvs are non-usable but the drivers and the passengers just got scared and got no physical damage for their health. Could be a perfect ad for Lexus brand safety issues.
Quite often in everyday life people, far from aviation ask me a question “Is it true that on the plane like on the train everything (from the toilet) goes out?” Seriously, if we can see the tracks through the toilet hole on the
train, it’s probably not working the same way on the plane. Does it mean that the products of our life activity don’t fly outside? First, let’s see what we have on the plane to keep everything clean and hygienic.