Imagine just before you a huge number of expensive cars, including Bentley, and Ferrari. But they all stand, rot, fall apart, and slowly turn into scrap metal.
Is everyone in Dubai so rich that they can just “throw away” a car like that? Of course not. Then why are there so many of them?
The owners of these machines are businessmen. But they were forced to leave their property due to bankruptcy. The fact is that in many Middle Eastern countries the concept of bankruptcy is almost a crime.
In the legal field to formalize this process, only now there is an opportunity to formalize this process, but only for large companies. And for small businesses and individuals, this situation entails huge fines and even a prison term.
Therefore, those who were not lucky enough to build a successful business are forced to flee the country, leaving behind all their property.
But it often happens that cars remain on the side of the road after an accident. Repair? Why, if you can buy a new one?
Cunning workers of some services take advantage of this situation and remove spare parts from cars. Often these cars are sold on the black market.
And although the police are trying to keep everything under control, the number of abandoned cars is so great that it is unrealistic to keep track of everyone.