Transport devices are commonly referred to as ‘trolley’ because of their design, but there are a variety of different types of them.
There are ‘trolleys’ for vehicles, and ‘trains’ for trains.
A train is a train that travels at regular speed between stations.
Trolleys are a common mode of transport in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
Trolley cars are a special type of train, where the driver is responsible for steering the vehicle.
In Australia, trains are generally known as ‘transport vans’.
Trolley buses are common in Europe and other countries, as well as in some countries in Asia and Africa.
Travylane buses are also used to transport goods from one location to another.
For example, trains travel on rails on the outside of the track, but Travlane buses operate on tracks.
Tlevolanes are generally used for transporting freight between terminals and stations, while trays and trams are used to transfer goods between locations.
There is a wide variety of transport devices, but the safest ones are probably the ones that are most commonly used in the real world.
For more information about safety, see the Trolley Safety Fact Sheet.
Transport device information: Trolley trays, trays for cars, trams for trains, tram-train trains, bus trays