This four-wheeled filth bucket got NZTA so riled up they've warned about getting ya next WOF
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This four-wheeled filth bucket got NZTA so riled up they've warned about getting ya next WOF

Reckon you've seen worse?

One Kiwi’s trash heap on wheels has caused WOF inspectors to call out those of us who have rubbish building up in our footwells.

If ya got a car, ya know how it goes. Those old receipts, a couple of sneaky Coke cans left in the cup holders, they just stack up fast. But this one took it to a whole new level.

With a few coffee-stained cups, a pack of ciggy papers, a vape or two and tissues galore this driver has hit the pit of filthy cars. 

So much so, Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency aren’t mucking around. They're saying: "Clean your car before you take it to get a warrant of fitness check.”

"We don't expect inspectors to move rubbish out of their way in order to do their job — that's why people need to clean their vehicle before taking their vehicle in for an inspection."

"If there’s anything obstructing an inspector’s ability to do their job they’ll refuse to do a WOF check on your vehicle," they added.

It comes as NZTA also issued a warning about drivers swapping out pedals for wooden blocks and decking their vehicles in artificial grass - but that’s a whole conversation for another day.

Kiwis have been hilariously reacting to the filth, with one FB user writing: “That's nothing I've seen 100 times worse than this one 😂”

“Wouldn't expect anything else from a Honda driver that carries zigzags,” said another.

While a third added: “Ew I'm pleased we can't smell that through the photo 🤢”

Let me tell ya, my own ride ain't exactly sparklin' either. Weeks-old work lunch containers and a serious coffee addiction are my downfall. 

While this car might take the prize for the grubbiest, I reckon there are a few of us out there who could give them a run for their money.