Bentley in snow

Bentley in snow

People in Russia who became rich very fast ready to spend hundreds of thousands dollars on the top luxury cars. Moscow is the most populated with expensive cars city in Europe. You can meet them practically on every corner of Moscow downtown. Visitors from Europe say that Moscow is the only city in Europe where you can meet two or three cars worth of more than $200k each at once in one street or standing at one traffic light.

Probably it reminds Arabian countries, where sheikhs love expensive cars also. One difference is that in Moscow the most expensive cars in the world are surrounded by a huge Russia itself, where the average salary of a school teacher is around $1200 a year. That’s not a typo, an average school teacher in countryside gets paid not more than $100-$150 per month.

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9 thoughts on “Bentley in snow”

  1. i guess russia has no humps on their road, unlike in the philippines, for if there is none many politicians will own that kind of cars here, and the segregation of rich and poor will be very obvious, thats why they build humps here.

  2. the problem is those cars are mainly driven by people, who got their money in strange ways back in the 90s, they are commonly not well educated. People whose occupation is relevant to science, culture or medicine can afford only trash.

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