Installations of damaged cars displayed upside down appeared in Tbilisi. The installation should serve as a reminder to drivers to drive safely and obey speed limits.
The cars appeared on Tamarshvili Street, Chavchavadze Avenue and Vazha Pshavela Street.
At first, the reason for the installation was unknown. Tbilisi City Hall confirmed that the installation was agreed. They also reported that the installation was set up by a private company.
“Naturally, any kind of similar activity is being agreed with Tbilisi City Hall, which is one of the company’s installations and what it all serves to remind drivers to drive safely” said Sophio Khuntsaria.
Road safety remains a big problem in Georgia.