Each town has at least one motor park serving as the main transport depot full of minibuses and bush taxis.
Vehicles have signs on their roofs showing their destination, while touts shout out destinations. Minibuses don't run on any schedule but depart when full.
Bush taxis cost about 25% more though true pricing is nearly impossible to ascertain.
The quickest way to get around town is on the back of a motorcycle-taxi called an okada (achaba in the north). Because of their general lawlessness, the government has banned okada in a few of the major cities, badly affecting traffic and driving up the prices with drivers who are willing to flout the law.