Too many Nigerians shops selling body parts in jozi and newlands and you wonder why,this country is a banana republic.
The only reason I have reservations about the GTi, imagine seeing the carcass and you still have to pay instalment.
They usually leave the engine behind due to its traceable engine number. Some Polos are stolen to rebuild accident damaged cars - After that its resold. If the suspects were not caught, the vehicle would be burnt to conceal fingerprints.
High-end vehicles likes BMW and Mercedes are usually hijacked and not stolen to obtain the keys because such cars have computer-electronics that are difficult to by-pass. Some VWs are not stolen but just stripped of headlights and bumpers .
Criminals are roaming the streets and abusing people and police are not helping . The sooner we privatise police, the better.
People work for years to buy something that is destroyed in minutes. It's really sad that someone's money has gone down the drain.
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