Professional Hitchhiker. In Indonesian cities, roads are so crowded that the government designated certain zones that only could be used by cars carrying three or more passengers. Enterprising Indonesians, seizing the moment, line up by the entrances to these zones to offer their service as a passenger in exchange for money. The police, unfortunately for the hitchhikers, have caught on to the illegal practice. Yet the professional hitchhikers surmounted even that obstacle. They and their employers simply tell the traffic cops that they are acquaintances, relatives, or friends. That loophole in the law helps them keep their jobs and helps their employers get to theirs on time.