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tuk-tuk

(ˈtʌkˌtʌk)
n
(Automotive Engineering) (in Thailand) a three-wheeled motor vehicle used as a taxi
[C20: of imitative origin]
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Detailing the specific nature the 1,692 incidents, it said there were 1,565 motorbike accidents, 27 involving cars, 18 were workers' lorry accidents and 12 involved tuk-tuks. There were also 19 bicycle accidents and 86 involving pedestrians.
The self-drive Tuk-Tuk Challenge gave 53 participants in 20 tuk-tuks, from 10 countries, an up close and personal experience of some of the most fascinating historical sites and views of this island, all the while raising money for local charities, environmental organizations and above all not giving in to terror.
Ola will also be offering free rides to the local community in Ola green tuk-tuks across Birmingham city centre tomorrow.
The meeting also discussed a fresh project aiming at replacing auto rickshaws (tuk-tuks) with vans, studies related to the project, its economic feasibility and the expected effects on the target groups, especially in view of the project's ability to provide a more dignified and civilized transport service to the citizens.
However, after a slightly bumpy start, the group has gelled and many people will be sad to see Matt LeBlanc leave at the end of the current run, when he will hand over the keys to Andrew Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness, so make the most of this edition, which sees Matt and Chris Harris taking road trip across Sri Lanka in a pair of tuk-tuks and Professor Green as the Star in a Reasonably Fast Car.
Rory test drives a 360,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom, above centre, and Matt and Chris steer rickety tuk-tuks up the perilous Devils Staircase mountain track in Sri Lanka, above right
Furthermore, some neighbourhoods need the provision of public transportation and the prevention of the 'tuk-tuks' (a three-wheeled vehicle) from reaching the city, in addition to securing the city through placing security cameras at the city's various entrances.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 14 (ANI): Modernizing the concept of three-wheeler tuk-tuks, a Noida based transportation network company TukTuk Ride launched its first on-demand cab service in the city on Monday.
Lorries, cars, tuk-tuks, mopeds and all sorts of basic motorised transport gave me a mindblowing glimpse of the extremes of that country.
With ice boxes in the tuk-tuks, travellers are never dehydrated.