Tuesday, May 08, 2012
When it comes to cars and trucks used for international humanitarian and development work, I'm a big fan of vehicles that won't stand out in a crowd. That means cars and trucks that don't prompt even a second glance because they're so common. If you're adopting a low-profile security approach, a good way to get an initial sense of what's ordinary is to pay a visit to the Best Selling Car Blog. This fascinating site does just what its name suggests; providing a wealth of data on the most popular vehicles in over 160 countries and territories. If you want to blend in in Bolivia, be common in Cameroon, or mostly mundane in Mali, be sure to check it out.