Motorcycle Station in Haiti
Moto Taxi piling on more passengers than are safe
Traffic can be very bad in Haiti. On an average day, you can follow the car before you at a rate of about 2 miles every hour in the nation's capital. One the back of a moto-taxi, driven by a skilled driver, one can speed up that time and cut your commute considerably. The drawback is dealing with the sometimes reckless driving by those drivers who are daredevils. One may also have to share the accommodations, as moto-taxi drivers try to capitalize on their haul with each run, sometimes piling on more passengers than are safe.