Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Russian Guy ‘Fixes’ Bump In Car With The Cunning Use Of A Sharpie.

Some people in our society really do make the most of what they can in any given situation. Humans are after all pretty resourceful. Take this guy in Russia, for example.

Unfortunately, someone in a truck had hit this guy's car in the Altai Republic near Kazakhstan and Mongolia. Most people in this situation would exchange driver license and insurance information and then proceed to getting the car fixed right away. Some would even drive a temporary car until the damaged car is fixed.

But not this guy. He took the matter into his own hands.

Here is a photo of the original accident. Just like any typical car collision, the truck left a big scrape and dent on the side of the car.

Here is a photo of the original accident. Just like any typical car collision, the truck left a big scrape and dent on the side of the car.

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There's no mandatory vehicle insurance in Russia. Nonetheless, the truck driver still gave the man money for the damages.

There's no mandatory vehicle insurance in Russia. Nonetheless, the truck driver still gave the man money for the damages.

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Instead of taking his car to a garage or body shop right away, however, he decided to (temporarily) fix the problem himself with a few permanent markers.

Instead of taking his car to a garage or body shop right away, however, he decided to (temporarily) fix the problem himself with a few permanent markers.

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He covered up the damages with a magnificent drawing of the region! He used the slight dent to his advantage in creating a 3d-effect with his mountains.

He covered up the damages with a magnificent drawing of the region! He used the slight dent to his advantage in creating a 3d-effect with his mountains.

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Here's a close up of his creative art. Unfortunately, this is only a short-term fix until the driver actually gets the door replaced. Anyone else think he should leave it the way it is?

Here's a close up of his creative art. Unfortunately, this is only a short-term fix until the driver actually gets the door replaced. Anyone else think he should leave it the way it is?

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