Hitchhiking a car

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Most hitchhikers will hitchhiking cars most of the time. Hitchhiking a car is different from hitchhiking a truck:

  • Cars need much less space.
  • Drivers are not necessarily working while they pick you up.
  • In many countries (like the EU) most cars can (legally) pick up more than 1 person.
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