Driving Skills

Some Russian drivers now mark their driving skills.

Such tradition came to us from the age of World War II when pilots painted a star on their aircrafts for every successful enemy turned down by them.

So Russian drivers think they also are some kind of military pilots and all the other participants of traffic are their direct enemies, so the collision with everyone is something like a little victory.

So they put such kind of stickers marking successful accident with each type of traffic participants:

russian car

russian car

The railway mark probably means how much he passed on the red light through the railroad crossing.

This pilot has no pedestrian marks, he is probably some sort of human loving specie.

20 thoughts on “Driving Skills”

  1. “Such tradition came to us from the age of World War II when pilots painted a star on their aircrafts for every successful enemy turned down by them.”

    Pardon me for correcting you, but The term is “Shot down” Not “Turned down” – Examples

    The Red Baron shot down many allied aircraft.

    The plane was shot down with a missile.

  2. Have you ever noticed that at the bottom of the page it says “Comments are allowed only in English language” but the creator of this site does not know proper English to begin with?

  3. 2Gennady
    Why you don’t express sympathy for ours guys diying in Chechnya for highly noble causes. This is really bad stuff.
    Why nobody mentions the real prikol of photos is sign for Chainik in window. It is car for driving school!

  4. I thought this was funny! I once had a girl friend that racked up a record like this. She got too expensive to insure, so I dumped her for another.

  5. I AGREE, WITH YOU!
    We live out the Operation “Merciful Angel”!
    http://www.google.com/url?sa=U&start=2&q=http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3Dy-bY9d5gIto&ei=2GtZSbTUKZKj-gaNyYi2Dw&usg=AFQjCNFRw5bh5s48xRqjeFgcHFoYk8iT5A

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