wants a cracker
- Dec 9, 2006
^I second that!
Would certainly inflate the resale value of diesels, I imagine.Currently the African market for used cars is booming. So in recent years used cars - especially used diesel cars - are more and more bought by dealers who ship them off to Africa. And used Mercedes Diesels are particularly popular in Africa.
Those African dealers practically buy every car they can get their hands on, even scrap cars. These cars then get a second life in Africa where they are repaired and sold again on used car markets.
When Daewoos first arrived here in germany they were badged as Daewoos, but since 2004 you get the same cars badged as Chevrolets, and Chevrolet over here is one of the embodiments of "the muscle car".Daewoo Forum: How, when, why...? Are we driving American muscle cars now? Huh?
In german supermarkets on the shopping carts you have some lock-thingy with a chain and a slot where you can put 50-cent- or 1-euro-coins in so you have to get them back to the queue to get the coin out again (thus preventing the people to just let them stand where they parked since people are too lazy to put the cart back). You get promotional gifts in form of plastic chips from some companies which you put in your wallet and always have the ability to take a shopping cart, even if you don't have 50-cent- or 1-euro-coins.Smart-Forum: How do I get rid of the trolley with the chain and the plastic chip in it?