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 ECUADOR TRANSPORT /HITCHHIKING/
Because buses in Ecuador go nearly everywhere, there is little need to hitchhike. However, there are still some remote areas where buses don't travel. In such places, trucks will often pick up passengers to make a little extra money. Usually they cost about the same as taxis, but may charge a little more; settle on a price before getting in. If hitchhiking, use common sense and go with your gut; if something does not feel right or safe, chances are you're better off waiting. Whilst some people may feel comfortable doing it, it is not something that we, nor the guidebooks, recommend doing. If you are going to hitch, please exercise caution and, when at all possible, don't do it alone.
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