Entry from British & World English dictionary
(In South Asia) a motorized, three-wheeled rickshaw for public hire.
- The rules to be followed by children while travelling in buses, autorickshaws and cars and while riding pillion on two-wheelers, have been listed separately.
- The ubiquitous autorickshaws - three-wheeled buggies powered by motorbike engines - are available for hire as taxis, as well.
- A relatively easy, and sometimes inexpensive, way to explore a city is to hire an autorickshaw.
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