Human-Pulled and Powered Vehicles

By: Katie Cordrey - Published:   Updated: Mar 24 2011 • References:
The word "rickshaw" is from the Japanese word "jinrikisha," which means "human-powered vehicle." In the past, rickshaws were transportation for the wealthy, but that has changed. Nowadays, cycle-rickshaws, pedicabs and mini-cars called "auto-rickshaws" have replaced the human-pulled vehicles.

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