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Thumbs up? This map shows the best places to hitchhike in Europe

Your chance of hitching a ride depend on where in the world you are. Image: Reuters

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A young Ernest Hemingway (17 in 1916), freight-hopping to get to Walloon Lake. Image: Wikimedia Commons / public domain
Two FBI posters, signed by America's anti-hitchhiker-in-chief, J. Edgar Hoover. Image: FBI / public domain
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The Interstate Highway System in 1976 Image: U.S. Department of Transportation / public domain
User-based tips and tricks on how to hitch a ride throughout Europe (and the rest of the world) Image: Hitchwiki
Hitchhiking success (or failure) doesn't just depend on your technique or appearance, also on your location. Image: Abel Sulyok
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