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Trikes are a very common form of transportation in cities in the Philippines. Trikes are motorcycles with sidecars attached. Small trikes can seat one large passenger or four to six small passengers. Larger trikes can seat up to four large passengers in the sidecar. Trikes generally queue in trike stands like taxi stands in America, but you can also hail them from the side of the road if they don't currently have a fare.
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