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Travelling Across Russian Tundra on Japanese All-terrain Vehicle

Posted on April 19, 2017 by tim

Sergei says that inside its very comfortable. Probably same feeling first austronauts would experience on the Mars – hundreds of flat frozen surface but very comfortable inside the truck. It has old 2002 gps on a dashboard and doesn’t have a steering wheel, only two control levers.

There is a wooden wall separating a cabin from driver seat.  It’s also fully covered with carpets. Has a table for eating meals.

Sergei says that the best way to travel is by laying down on the floor huddled to each other to reduce cold and jolting.

And jolting is very strong because there are no roads in tundra of course.


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