Video: British Port Clogged With Tens Of Thousands Of Cars Not Sold Due To Coronavirus
Automakers have had to force the entire Sherness seaport in the UK with new cars due to restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic. Photos of a huge parking lot with tens of thousands of cars were published by the Daily Mail.
According to SMMT, the British Society of Car Manufacturers and Dealers, new car sales in the UK fell 97 percent year-on-year, with just 871 cars sold in the country. Such an indicator was previously recorded only in the post-war 1946.
- Previously, there were pictures of the former Royal Air Force base in British Oxfordshire, which also turned into a giant parking lot for new cars. The total cost of the cars idle there is 35 million pounds (3.2 billion rubles).
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