16 Selling Washer Fluid at Minus 30

Selling Washer Fluid at Minus 30

Posted on January 27, 2013 by team

One can see them almost in any street of Moscow. Breaking all the rules, having no certificates and permitting documents, putting themselves at risk and having no reflective clothing, they are selling wash fluid used at very low temperatures by drivers.

Probably there have never been so many of them before.

They do not hide at all and freely occupy Moscow streets.

And here’s what they leave.

There are hundreds or even thousands of them…

But police does not notice them as well as other regulatory authorities.

All the sellers are from countries of the former USSR. They admit that their business is illegal.

They earn 1000 – 1300 rubles (30-40 dollars) per twelve hours. Those who have cars can earn twice more standing on the road for twenty four hours. Such money is too good for them.


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16 Responses to “Selling Washer Fluid at Minus 30”

  1. Iain says:

    They’re called antifreeze, not wash fluid.

  2. Jim Beam says:

    An Ukrainian guy once told me “If you don’t have antifreeze in winter, add vodka, it will do the job”

  3. Dana says:

    Windshield washer fluid.

  4. will says:

    but it’s not antifreeze, it’s windscreen washer fluid!

  5. Jim Beam says:

    Windscreen fluid produced by “InvestBusinessCentre Capital”. Or somebody just picked 4 random words from English dictionary related to economy and named his company or this business is really profitable in Russia!

  6. OD1N says:

    It`s well-known fact, most of these DIY washer liquids contains cheap component of methanol, very poisonous thing

  7. Kent_Diego says:

    Without windshield washer fluid you cannot drive in the winter. I had old car with broken washer pump. I had to open window while driving and splash on windshield every few miles.

  8. James says:

    At least they are selling a product and not some moonie demanding you give them money after cleaning your windshield…

  9. James says:

    They should at least take back their empty containers before they leave insteading of leaving them for someone else to pick up. For every empty container they leave behind, the police should confiscate one full bottle.

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