‘UK’s messiest car’ comes with old Diet Coke bottles and filthy vehicle rubbish

It's not always easy trying to keep your car clean, especially if you're in a hurry.

But now there's an award for these things, so if your vehicle's filthy at least you can scoop a title for it.

Euro Car Parts began its quest to find the "UK's messiest car" earlier this year with the winner taking a £200 prize.

After receiving more than 200 entries, the judges decided that Louise Duffy, 32, from Manchester, owned the filthiest motor.

Her car was filled with old Diet Coke bottles, discarded cleaning products, empty boxes of tissues and random shoes.

And to top it all off, Louise was very proud of her victory.

She said: "I am delighted beyond belief! While some people might not be happy to claim this title, I certainly am."

Elizabeth Barton came in second place after entering the competition on behalf of her husband.

The 36-year-old, from Wigan, refuses to get in her partner's vehicle because it has rubbish littering every surface.

Meanwhile, Eddie Eames, 32, struggles to let people sit in the passenger seat after building a pile of old coffee cups in the foot area.

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Mum Marianne Sparkes, 26, tries to keep her car litter-free, but the kids always leave McDonald's and Nando's wrappers at the back.

Helen Robinson, Corporate Communications Director at Euro Car Parts, spoke out after Louise scooped the title.

She said: "Cleaning out your car can often fall to the bottom of your list of jobs, and we're sure these images may be a familiar sight!

"Giving your car a clean from time to time means you and your passengers will have a safer and more pleasant driving experience."

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Sharing her tips, Helen recommends cleaning the inside of your car regularly to avoid unpleasant smells from building up.

She added: "We hope that the cleaning bundle helps Louise keep her car in sparkling condition from now on!"

Louise won the crown after submitting photos of her debris strewn motor to Euro Car Parts, where she received £200 prize money.

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