Often pink, decked out with lasers and under-chassis lights.
The stretched hummer is the ultimate chav wagon.
The DVLA only grants "chavwagon" status to a vehicle if it complies with the following requirements:
- The exhaust pipe must be fitted with a fake exhaust cap to make the vehicle sound like it has flatulence problems.
- The vehicle must have a child seat in the front passenger seat with the head against the seat with malfunctioning seatbelt.
- The petrol cap must be missing.
- Each wheel must have cheap alloy material typically purchased from eBay or Del-boy.
- At least one of the car's wing mirrors must be smashed, cracked or preferably missing.
- Tyre pressures must be capable of witholding at minimum five chavs, their mothers and their "loot".
- Whilst in operation, all passengers must wear baseball caps at a 45 degree angle. Strict fines are in place for drivers of chavmobiles not wearing necessary head gear.
- Chavwagons MUST NOT under any circumstances hold valid insurance or a full MOT certificate.
- Taxation discs must be scrumpled up as to hide the actual expiry date; thus creating confusion for DVLA vans and traffic wardens.
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