Hitchhiking Is Apparently One More Thing Millennials Have Killed
Ester Bloom

There is definitely a cultural element. I spent 2 months living on a small Bahamian island (Eleuthera) and hitchhiking was a very common form of transportation. The group I was working with would often pick up children on their way to school, and farmers (carrying machetes) on their way to the fields when we were driving to our work sites. Not everyone had a car, so people with cars helped those without.

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