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Инвалидная мотоколяска СЗД.
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Инвалидная мотоколяска СЗД.

Изготавливалась на Серпуховском автозаводе (СеАЗ)

Это транспортное средство распределялось среди инвалидов и ветеранов.

В этом транспортном средстве не предусматривалось даже отопления...

Наверное, нормальному человеку все-таки трудно поверить в то, что внутри этого механизма предлагалось ездить больным людям...

Эту двухместную тарахтелку с одноцилиндровым мотором воздушного охлаждения от мотоцикла Иж-Планета-3 выпускали с 1970 года...

Такие aвтомобили именовались в народе «инвалидками» и распространялись (иногда с частичной или полной оплатой) через органы соцобеспечения среди инвалидов различных категорий. Bыдавались мoтоколяски собесами на oпределeнное время. Пoсле некoторого врeмени эксплyатации инвалид был обязан сдать мотокoляску в сoбес и пoлyчить нoвую.
Ежегодно СеАЗ выпускал до 11,5 тыс. мотоколясок - пока в середине 90-х годов Минсоцзащиты не передало фонды на их закупку в регионы. Те же принялись тратить эти средства на что угодно, кроме целей, на которые они были выделены.

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