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People Are Sharing Pics Of Their Messiest Cars - And They Are Outrageous

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People Are Sharing Pics Of Their Messiest Cars - And They Are Outrageous

Most of us know someone who has piles of rubbish in their car, from takeaways and drinks cans, to random papers and packages.

Lockdown has given drivers a chance to clean out all the empty boxes, papers and wrappers from their cars now that we all spend so much time at home.

Unfortunately, some drivers have left their four-wheeled companions in a utter state and we have the pictures to prove it.

The car parts supplier Euro Car Parts launched a competition this month in search of the messiest motor in the UK and the pictures are shocking.

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Abigail Kaczalska's back seats are very messy (Credit: Abigail Kaczalska)
Abigail Kaczalska's back seats are very messy (Credit: Abigail Kaczalska)
Beth Blaylock is in the running (Credit: Beth Blaylock)
Beth Blaylock is in the running (Credit: Beth Blaylock)

Asma Begum from Leicester seems to use her car's footwell as the bin for her plastic water bottles.

Asma Begum uses the car's footwell to store used bottles (Credit: Asma Begum)
Asma Begum uses the car's footwell to store used bottles (Credit: Asma Begum)
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Helen Robinson, corporate communications director at Euro Car Parts, said: "We all have busy lives so cleaning out our cars can sometimes come last on the list of endless jobs.

"However, it's important to your car tidy because having things in the way can impact your driving."

Rosalind Blight has entered the competition too (Credit: Rosalind Blight)
Rosalind Blight has entered the competition too (Credit: Rosalind Blight)
Steve Hitchman seems to be using the back of his car as a skip (Credit: Steve Hitchman)
Steve Hitchman seems to be using the back of his car as a skip (Credit: Steve Hitchman)
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Helen said lockdown has given drivers time to clean their car interiors but for some, this is still a struggle. "Most of us have a lot more extra time on our hands due to lockdown, making it a great time to finally clean out the car."

"Though many of these entrants will need the car valet kit, there can only be one winner, so if your car is worse than these, don't miss the chance to enter!"

The competition closed on Thursday and the winning entry will receive a (much needed) cleaning kit worth £200.

Featured Image Credit: Kevin Miller

Topics: Life News, Life, Real Life

Gregory Robinson
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