A passenger is a term that is used for a person who travels in a vehicle, but not the driver or a person working in the vehicle.
There are two common ways in which the term is used:
- The first is for persons who ride in cars or vans. The term is used for these type of passengers if they have or have not paid for the ride.
- The second is for persons who pay to ride in vehicles such as buses, trains, aircraft, and ships. Someone who works on the vehicle is not a passenger.
In most places the company who owns the vehicles and the people who work on them have legal to the passengers riding with them.
|The Simple English Wiktionary has a definition for: passenger.|