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There are a lot of written that could be seen on most car around the cities and some rural areas. Among these written some really teaches the public on certain matter concerning life.
In today's trending news shows a car caught on camera causing traffic on the street for the below reason.
On the street a car with registration number WR 714 - 17 with whitish color was caught on camera causing traffic on the street with the written "save money better girls are coming".
This written seen at the back or boot glass of the car with registration number WR 714 - 14 really talk a lot to young upcoming boys.
Do you agree with what the driver is saying which has caused traffic online. Let me here out your comments in the comments section below.
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