Hitchhikers are flexible travelers
as when it comes to rides as their main concern is to get to the destination, so they wouldn't mind sitting in the back of a truck, if its allowed for example in [[Missouri]] its allowed to sit in the back of a truck. Ask them if they would be willing to ride in the back if you feel uncomfortable or don't have room to sit or simply leave.
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* [http://www.digihitch.com/article480.html 'Why do people pick up hitchhikers?']
An article at [http://www.digihitch.com Digihitch ]
* A story written by a driver in the [[United States of America|USA]] and who see hitchhikers every day. He made some rules for himself. For an experienced hitchhiker-traveler they might sound funny, but it gives you a nice look in the mind of someone who picks up hitchhikers on a daily basis. "Every morning and evening, I see people hitchhiking on the 602 to get to Gallup and back." [http://robingallup.wordpress.com/2008/10/14/hitchhikers/ link]
* Stop & Wander, a Girl’s Guide to Picking up Hitchhikers [http://bugbear.wordpress.com/2008/04/23/girls-guide-to-picking-up-hitchhikers]. "When I see someone standing by the side of the road, trying to flag down a ride, I get curious."
* A journey of two months, two french hitchhikers traveled around eastern europe. Easy to translate with Google© [http://howtosayhello.fr/projet/].