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The BRDM-2, an armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle, is a further development of the BRDM-1. It was serially produced from 1963 to 1982 by the Gorky Automobile Plant and from 1982 to 1989 by the Arzamas Machine-Building Plant (as well as under license in Poland, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia). BRDM-2 has a low security, armor protects against small arms bullets and shrapnel. The main feature of the car - a very high throughput. In addition to the main all-wheel drive chassis with adjustable tire pressure, in the middle part of the body there are special additional retractable wheels, allowing, in particular, to overcome significant moats and trenches. Currently, to varying degrees, is used in intelligence units of more than 50 countries. The troops have the nickname Bardak. In the USSR, production was completed in November 1989.