Gari (vehicle)

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A gari crosses the busy Addis Ababa-Dire Dawa Road in Adama, Ethiopia.

A gari (Swahili for cart;[1] Amharic: ጋሪ?) is a horse-drawn cart. Garis typically have two wheels with rubber tires, are pulled by one horse, and can carry two passengers plus the driver. Within towns and cities, they function as taxicabs. Gari is word used for Car, Auto, Vehicle commonly spoken in India and Pakistan. [2]

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  1. ^ "Translate". Google. Retrieved 4 February 2014. 
  2. ^ "Gari", Islamabad, 26 March 2017. Retrieved on 26 March 2017.