A Conversation for Hitchhiking

If hitchhiking was safe in the UK would you do it?

Post 1

mazymiddleton

If it was possible to track both the hiker and the driver for the duration of the journey would you a) hitchhike b) pick up a hitchhiker?

If there was a hitchhiking rivival and it became popular would you consider doing it to work/shopping?

Hitchhiking can reduce emissions, cut traffic on the roads and create much needed interaction between the people of the UK - is fear the only reason we don't do it?

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If hitchhiking was safe in the UK would you do it?

Post 2

laconian

I probably wouldn't rely on it to go to work, but I think the main reason few people hitchhike is because they dislike the interaction. I myself don't mind it.


If hitchhiking was safe in the UK would you do it?

Post 3

laconian

Welcome to h2g2, by the way, mazy smiley - smiley.


If hitchhiking was safe in the UK would you do it?

Post 4

Eric_James_Parfitt

yes


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