Trains are the vehicles which people ride within on roller coasters and some other tracked rides. They consist of multiple cars coupled together.
Some coasters, such as wild mouse coasters and spinning coasters built by Gerstlauer and Maurer, use single cars instead of trains.
On most coasters, two riders are seated per row, though some roller coasters can have more, like four people per row, which is seen on most B&M roller coasters. More than four people per row is exclusive to dive coasters built by B&M.
A Sit-Down car with staggered seating.
A skateboard themed Gerstlauer spinning roller coaster car
A 4th Dimension roller coaster car with on board sound system
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