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* In countries with tiny cars and few trucks it's really hard.
* You have to choose which road to hitchhike on wisely. Hitchhiking on highways is faster, but be careful not to get dropped off at a bad spot because you can't just cycle away from it, since it is illegal to cycle on highways, and could be dangerous (though it can feel much safer than some busy secondary roads with shoulder).
*Bikes cost money. Repairing and maintaining bikes cost money as well. When the bike or parts
gets stolen it may be very fustrating. User:Jackfang found the price of maintaining the bike compared to taking public transportation to be about the same over a two month period.
== Hitchhiking with a foldable bike ==