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This applies mostly to crossing the road in cities, but be vigilant at all times.
When on the back of a motorcycle, make sure to keep your knees tucked in next to the vehicle, as they pass very close to cars, and you might get hurt.
It can be even a police/army vehicle (they are in every corner of Iran): they will pick you up and even stop a car for you and convince a driver to take you further.
In Farsi language (official language in Iran spoken as a first or second language by most citizens) the word "hitchhiking" doesn't exist.
You should not forget to say you're traveling with no money as most of the cars become taxis when they stop for you.
Problem 1: not being able to hitchhike In Iran, everybody stops to take passengers on the road, especially if you're a girl.
Waiting for a ride can be a frustrating experience sometimes, but it is generally relatively easy to hitchhike here.
Frustration comes when there is a driver stopping for you every few minutes and suggesting taking you to a bus terminal, and sometimes you may find it hard to explain that you travel at low budget and that you actually want to hitchhike.
NOTE: In 2017 I hitched with the thumb, because several iranian hitchers told me to do so, they were doing the same.
Also I noticed many times that locals gave me the thumb as a positive gesture, for example when taking selfies.