In third world countries all over the world, transporting items by way of trucks or cars is not an option or a luxury, the vast majority of merchants can afford. Many travel long distances from remote rural areas to sell their products, that means a one lengthy and exhausting trip, carrying as much products as they can in hopes to make a small revenue. These images comes from a number of countries, including India, Indonesia, Bangladesh
The photos below are eye-opening which will show you how people from third world country work to survive. Whether it’s a donkey, wooden cart or an old bicycle, you can be certain that these traders push their modes of transport and their very own physical well-being, to its very limits.