Motorized tricycle (Philippines)

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Motorized tricycles, or simply tricycles (known in the rest of the world as a motorcycle and sidecar), are an indigenous form of the auto rickshaw and are a common means of public or private transportation in the Philippines.wikipedia
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Motorized tricycles, or simply tricycles (known in the rest of the world as a motorcycle and sidecar), are an indigenous form of the auto rickshaw and are a common means of public or private transportation in the Philippines.
Auto rickshaws are a popular form of public transportation in the Philippines, where they are referred to as "tricycles" (Filipino: traysikel; Cebuano: traysikol).

Kalesa

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Motorela comes from the words “motorized” and “caritela”.
In Tuguegarao, the carriages are a part of the traffic along with private cars, motorcycles, tricycles, jeepneys, trucks, and bicycles.

Philippines

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Motorized tricycles, or simply tricycles (known in the rest of the world as a motorcycle and sidecar), are an indigenous form of the auto rickshaw and are a common means of public or private transportation in the Philippines.

Public transport

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Motorized tricycles, or simply tricycles (known in the rest of the world as a motorcycle and sidecar), are an indigenous form of the auto rickshaw and are a common means of public or private transportation in the Philippines. These public utility vehicles either ply a set route or are for-hire, like taxis.

Taxicab

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These public utility vehicles either ply a set route or are for-hire, like taxis.

Sidecar

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Tricycles are built in a variety of styles, which differ from city to city, and are usually made locally by building a sidecar and affixing it to an imported motorcycle.

Jeepney

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Tricycles can be painted colorfully, like jeepneys.

Manila

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Another take of the upgrade to better tricycles is the one undertaken in the City of Manila.

Northern Mindanao

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The motorela, locally nicknamed as "the mini jeepney", is a variant of a motorized tricycle used in Northern Mindanao, particularly in Cagayan de Oro City and Bukidnon province.

Cagayan de Oro

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The motorela, locally nicknamed as "the mini jeepney", is a variant of a motorized tricycle used in Northern Mindanao, particularly in Cagayan de Oro City and Bukidnon province.

Bukidnon

Bukidnon ProvinceNorthern BukidnonBukidnon Province, Philippines
The motorela, locally nicknamed as "the mini jeepney", is a variant of a motorized tricycle used in Northern Mindanao, particularly in Cagayan de Oro City and Bukidnon province.

Cabanatuan

Cabanatuan CityCabanatuan, Nueva EcijaCabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
The city is popular for being home to more than 30,000 tricycles, thus priding itself as the "Tricycle Capital of the Philippines" and its strategic location along the Cagayan Valley Road has made the city a major economic, educational, medical, entertainment shopping and transportation center in Nueva Ecija and nearby provinces in the region such as Aurora and Bulacan.

Transportation in the Philippines

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Another popular mode of public transportation in the country is the motorized tricycle; they are especially common in rural areas.

Ronald dela Rosa

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His family was "dirt poor" as his father earned little money working as a tricycle driver.

Three-wheeler

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Three-wheeler transport vehicles known as auto rickshaws are a common means of public transportation in many countries in the world, and are an essential form of urban transport in many developing countries such as India and the Philippines.

Anti-Distracted Driving Act (Philippines)

Anti-Distracted Driving ActRA 10913
The law covers all private and public vehicles, including agricultural machines, construction equipments, public utility buses and jeepneys, taxicabs, motorcycles, tricycles, pedicabs, kuligligs and carriages.

Traffic in Metro Manila

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The main modes of public transport in the Philippines are jeepneys, buses, taxis, trains and tricycles, all of which are readily available in Metro Manila.

2017–19 Negros Island killings

A series of killings
Karapatan and UMA National Federation of Sugar Farmers condemned the incident, saying that these people were merely farmers and habal-habal drivers.

SM City Bacolod

To arrive to SM City Bacolod, many customers take a taxi, a Jeepney, a tricycle, or a bus.

Philippine English

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A tricycle often refers to a auto rickshaw utilizing a motorcycle and an attached passenger sidecar, but can also mean a foot-powered rickshaw in parts of the Visayas.

Bayugan

Bayugan CityBayugan, Agusan del Sur Bayugan City
Major transportation around the vicinity of the city are Motorela/Tricycle and some multicabs which travel to remote barangays.

Multicab

Although, there are multicabs that serve as taxicabs where passengers go exactly where they want, as a tricycle might.

San Pedro, Laguna

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Tricycles serves almost the whole city while the rarely found pedicabs serves rarely in the city but it is very active around Baranagy Landayan and inside subdivisions (gated communities).

Seat belt legislation

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The law took effect in 2000 and requires all public and private vehicles, except motorcycles and tricycles, to have their front seats equipped with seat belts.