British pickup trucks have become surprise heroes on the Ukrainian frontline.
The Ukrainian media has hailed these vehicles as the “rockstars of the Eastern front” because they are able to deliver supplies to cut-off areas and evacuate wounded personnel.
Yet, the average life expectancy for one of these vehicles on the frontline is around 90 days. By then, it is likely to have burnt out or been blown up. This is why a constant supply of cheap vehicles is required.
Why are British pickup trucks being used on Ukraine’s frontline?
As lots of second-hand European pickups get exported to Africa and the Middle East, they are more expensive than those sold in the
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