Even in war torn Afghanistan a car needs the occasional wash and wax.

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At The Carwash In Afghanistan

Workers clean cars along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

Workers clean a car along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker washes a car's window along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker rolls a tire at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker takes a break at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker takes a break at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker cleans a car at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker cleans the interior of a car at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A young boy stands alongside a car at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker poses at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

Water is sucked up with petrol fuelled pumps from wells deep in the earth at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker poses at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker cleans the interior of a car at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A car washer cleans the chasis of a car at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

Carseats are left to dry in the sun at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A car washer starts up a generator to pump water up from a well at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker cleans washes a tire at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A customer (R) waits while his car is being washed along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker cleans the interior of a car along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

At The Carwash In Afghanistan

A worker washes mats at a carwash at a carwash along Qabri Gora Road in Kabul November 2, 2009. With Kabul's busy and dusty roads, business is always assured at the carwash, providing about a hundred Afghan men and young boys with an income in one of the poorest countries of the world. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

Sep 22, 2011