#RussianProverb: He Who Drives Forth, Draws Luck


Russo-Balt car that participated in the St Petersburg – Rome – St Petersburg motor rally (1910).
Russo-Balt car that participated in the St. Petersburg – Berlin – St. Gotthard – Rome – Naples –Berlin – St. Petersburg motor rally (1910).

Везёт тому, кто везёт*! (vezyót tomú, kto vezyót).

Lit.: he who drives forth, draws luck.

English equivalent: God helps those who help themselves.

Meaning: people who want to be successful in life should work hard and not give up.

Russo-Balt car that participated in the St. Petersburg – Sevastopol motor rally (1911).
Russo-Balt car that participated in the St. Petersburg – Sevastopol motor rally (1911).

*The Russian verb везти means to drive / carry and also to have luck / do well.

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