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      • Actually, nearly every one has one. But all got the same siren, so every car sounds the same. And due to the fact, that they are vibration sensitive, you’re likely to hear a sounding alarm every five minutes.

        Also cars in eastern europe are quite expensive, due to high taxes for imported cars. An alarm system will run you just round 80 $.

        • I don’t know how it is where you guys are but here in the UK when a car alarm is sounding, in general, nobody takes any notice, except to be maybe irritated and wish the noise to stop soon. Also, with enough people lifting and pushing, a car can be turned over in seconds so it can be over and the people gone before you respond. I guess if a bunch of kids decide to put your car on its roof all the alarms in the world won’t stop them.

  1. This is very old car, it is the VAZ-2101 “Kopejka” (“The copeck”). This is the first model of VAZ ever produced in the USSR. It doesn’t not produced from the end of 80s.
    Some fans likes that cars as rarity and tuning and upgrading them.
    But generally that cars very seldom in use, especially in big cities.
    Sometimes that cars standing broken in the yards for many years occupying parking places.
    Teenagers often destroys and burns that cars, if it seems that owner has forget about his car.

  2. this is a daily hangman game!! 🙂

    question: last name of lada developer:

    D_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|P .

    reply with guesses and goodluck!!;D

  3. Insurance companies in Russia generally doesn’t insure very old cars like this. The price of such cars is often 300-500$.


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