9 News From Russian Roads, Part 63

News From Russian Roads, Part 63

Posted on December 10, 2012 by team

A new trend was noticed on the Moscow roads. Many drivers of the city started to close a part of a car number with a piece of paper. It is mainly done with the rear plate but sometimes can be seen on the front one too.

The owner of this car had been repeatedly asked by neighbours not to park at the doorway. He didn’t listen…

It was a bad bad day…

The driver and two passengers of this car could not stop the car and jumped out of it while driving. Maybe it would not be this strange if they didn’t run away into the forest. The reason of such weird behaviour cleared up a bit later when another passenger came out from the car… a cow..


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9 Responses to “News From Russian Roads, Part 63”

  1. cockatrice says:

    Cops here would love the piece of paper and the increased ticket revenue volume it represents in the quantity of citations they’d just love to write.

    • Mummeli says:

      Or not.. We had a situation awhile ago, where the cops had a speed trap going – new place for them and all that, just testing. They had to terminate it after an hour, because they just didnt have enough resources to write all the tickets.

      And no, they havent gone back to ‘that’ place again, dont ask me why.

  2. Jim Beam says:

    When two private cars collide, owners have to call the police to fill an incident statement. When two police cars collide, who writes down the statement?

  3. Richard S. says:

    Photo radar introduced in Russia?

  4. tanksoldier says:

    Yup. Covering your plate gets you INCREASED attention here. What some people do is steal a plate from another car. That looks legitimate and as long as you don’t do something stupid and get your plate run by the cops you’ll probably get away with it. The paper thing would just be dumb here. You can also run a partial plate and match it to the car make and color, so it’s completely pointless.

  5. Jano says:

    that paper is probably against car tags automatic monitoring and tracking system – survailence where, when a who went.

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