Vehicles in India

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In India, a fairly well-developed automotive industry, with the majority of vehicles (Overloaded Vehicles in China) do not differ much from the production of European or East Asian manufacturers. It even produced electric vehicles with solar panels.

But, of course, still retained a lot of unusual and archaic vehicles, by whom it was impossible to pass indifferently. A selection of India vehicle in today’s post.

Photos and text by danlux

Vehicles in India:

Vehicles in India

1. Indian train locomotive which could appear in “Mad Max”: the appearance is very severe.

Vehicles in India

2. Not the best way cars look, especially the lowest class: no glass in the windows, but the lattice. Natural cattle. On the Indian train, we, unfortunately, did not go.

Vehicles in India

3. As the train looks quite scary school bus.

Vehicles in India

4. A particularly ugly school buses.

Vehicles in India

5. School buses paint the hand.

Vehicles in India

6. Trucks. They are usually very brightly decorate. Two identical trucks to meet the impossible.

Vehicles in India

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Vehicles in India

8. But inside the cab trucks look like something modest. They do not decorate portraits of naked women do not hang out.

Vehicles in India

9. It is interesting, but too scary looking truck-trailers. They are similar to containers, very high and extremely high volume.

Vehicles in India

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11. Quite often, truck wagon box protrudes above the cabin.

Vehicles in India

12. Indian tank as it coerced by the center.

Vehicles in India

13. Vehicle Mahindra «Legend» is similar to the American Willis and Philippine Jeepneys.

Vehicles in India

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Vehicles in India

15. The present king of Indian roads – the car Hindustan «Ambassador». This car was produced from 1957 to 2014 without any significant changes and improvements. This car is often used as a taxi.

Vehicles in India

16. Nice car. Especially good «Ambassador» looks among the colonial architecture of Delhi.

Vehicles in India

17. In rural areas, you can find home-made trucks.

Vehicles in India

18. These trucks are made almost entirely of wood.

Vehicles in India

19. The hood is always without cover.

Vehicles in India

20. The motor vehicle is used for homemade or generator or motor pump.

Vehicles in India

21. The auto-rickshaw, or tuk-tuk. Something between a car and a motorcycle.

Vehicles in India

22. Tuk-tuks are equipped with taximeter, which, however, never work. The price is usually negotiated before the trip. Pay attention to the design brush wiper.

Vehicles in India

23. Repair of fat-fat. The engine capacity of 200 blocks located at the rear.

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25. Three-wheeled truck Mahindra «Shampion.”

Vehicles in India

26.

Vehicles in India

27. rickshaws – the lowest caste of transport. Rickshaw ride will cost much cheaper than tuk-tuk and the more taxis. The main disadvantage – low speed. Pedicab drivers are very intrusive, but despite this, on such transport, we never hire – thin emaciated men were very sorry. On the streets, who have even a slight rise, they have slazit the saddle and pull a rickshaw on foot.

Vehicles in India

28. Often there are rickshaws for freight. And on the streets costs a lot of trucks, which account for harness oneself in itself.

Vehicles in India

29. Related trolley cars used in China, but there they were pushed back, and India are pulling for him.

Vehicles in India

30. Motorcycles are very common – most are small mopeds, motorcycles are less common.

Vehicles in India

31. Motorcycles virtually all Chinese and Japanese production. In India, it is often subject to a small upgrade – as the backrest is mounted vertically behind the wheel with spokes filed down.

Vehicles in India

32. Bicycles. They are not very much, all old and rusty, reminiscent of Soviet “Ural” or “Sputnik”. All bikes and fasten the same design steps. Mounted on it is always the hub of the rear wheel.

Vehicles in India

33. Of course, used and cartage. Buffaloes harnessed to carts, which are used for the production of wheels from under the tractor.

Vehicles in India

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Vehicles in India

36. Indian elephant. In the cart it is not usually harnessed.

Vehicles in India

37. Even leaving India at the airport Indira Gandhi suddenly saw antediluvian Boeing 707 (K-2899) of the Indian Air Force. Machine 1968 release and is still in service. Very rare beast .

Vehicles in India





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