A number of Talih-goers criticized the city of Buraidah for the lack of interest it is witnessing. Starting with the roads that lack signs. Abdullah Al-Sulaiman, one of the rooftop owners, who frequents the rooftops on a daily basis, confirmed that the arrival is like searching for treasure, especially for those who visit it from outside the area, as he lacks the indicative signs on the roads leading to the site, such as the eastern Buraydah roundabout and the intersection of the ring that connects to the road of scraping and nearby roads. In addition to the lack of lighting, the lack of safety means on the road, and the absence of calming devices to reduce the recklessness of some drivers of trucks and other heavy vehicles. Abdul Aziz bin Ali said that the scrapping of Buraidah lacks interest and organization, “I hope that the scrapping of cars will be applied in terms of organization of external facades, license plates, and roads that are suitable for road users, and most importantly, the presence of a forest yard to organize auctions, as whoever visits Buraidah scrapping cannot To describe what he sees except as visual distortion.