Rickshaw

The rickshaw began as a two or three-wheeled passenger cart, called a pulled rickshaw, generally pulled by one man with one passenger. The first known use of the term was in 1887. Over time, cycle rickshaws, also called pedicabs, auto rickshaws, electric rickshaws and solar rickshaws were invented. Pulled rickshaws created a popular form of transp...
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Rickshaw

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rickshaw

passenger-carrying tricycle.
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