Do You Pick Up Hitchhikers?

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Mark notes in his post A Nation of Hitchhikers that hitchhiking "relies on the kindness of strangers and a certain implicit level of decency in the shared social contract between rider and driver." It used to be very common in North America but has fallen out of favour. That's a shame, because what could be greener than putting more people in an almost empty car and helping other people get somewhere.

Do You Pick Up Hitchhikers?
Mark notes in his post A Nation of Hitchhikers that hitchhiking "relies on the kindness of strangers and a certain implicit level of decency in the shared social contract between rider and driver." It used to be very common in North America but has

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