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What is a Piggyback?

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A piggyback is the transport of one vehicle using another vehicle. This is done for a variety of reasons such as safety, training, repair, rescue, efficiency or overcoming technical limitations. Examples of piggybacking include trucks on trains, boats on boats, aircraft on aircraft and spacecraft on aircraft.
Overview: Piggyback
Using a vehicle to transport another vehicle.
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