Mexican tuk-tuks made-in-India

This post is part of my Mexico travel series: Travel stories | Photo gallery

Made-in-India Autorickshaws in Mexico


↑ Autorickshaws, also known as tuk-tuks in the west, are quite ubiquitous on Indian streets.


↑ Bajaj Autorickshaw parked at Oxkutzkab’s main plaza. I chuckle at the thought of Mexicans saying “Bajaj” in Spanish!


↑ Auto rickshaws and cycle rickshaws at Oxkutzkab market, a town near Merida, Yucatan

Other varieties


↑ Green autorickshaw on exhibit showcasing Mexico city’s sustainability initiatives


↑ This motorised “cycle-rickshaw” looks funny because the passengers simply sit on a bench at the front.

This post is part of my Mexico travel series: Travel stories | Photo gallery