News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

Seeing such a policeman at work drivers are hurrying up to decrease their speed.

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

But coming closer they understand that what they deal with is a plain plywood model that is intended to substitute for real policemen who might be having rest at this present moment.

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

No matter what you may think of such an invention it works as drivers decrease the speed in order to avoid problems. However hardly they will buy next time…

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

Some time an awful accident happened on this road. But evacuation of the broken car is also a sight which is intended for the weak-nerved people.

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

Let’s hope that nobody else will be injured during the transportation!

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

This masterpiece of art was assembled by its owner manually without the use of any high-tech instruments and named Valentina after his wife.

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

How do you like the car?

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

An inventor from the Russian town of Kaluga turned the old car into a flying object that could accelerate its speed to 90 km an hour and rise into the air staying 200-300 meters above the land.

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

Such skills as rising into the air and landing can be well-trained with the help of this ‘plane’.

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

The inventor wanted to demonstrate that his construction is reliable and simple in usage.
News From Russian Roads, Part 38

Nobody knows what the super-vehicle was made of. According to some experts, it is a nice example of how Opel Kadett can be decorated with pieces of plastic.

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

This car was overloaded with stuff to such an extent that was broken into two parts. What kind of goods might it have inside?

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

‘Let me have another worm and we’ll fly’

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

What is it you are worrying about when you leave your car on a parking lot? It may be anything including hijacking. Among the things mentioned, in Russia you will have to guess whether your car can be flooded when you come back or not.

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

8 thoughts on “News From Russian Roads, Part 38”

  1. 90 KMH? That’s about 55 mph! You need to go a little faster than that to become airbourne, let’s see it fly.

    • Depending on the wing and the weight, you can get airborne in a stiff breeze. In training, we took off at 30 knots(60kph,40mph).

  2. That car with the steel body may be nice to have in an accident, but it’s kinda ugly (it’s got a big “nose”) and I’m sure it’s gonna get horrible gas mileage, being made of HEAVY STEEL and all. Why not fiberglass? Anything, but steel. Nice effort though.

  3. Some cops in the US use plywood decoys too. But they also put a real patrol up the road from the fake one to catch motorists who speed up when they realize the one they saw first was a fake!

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