Room for one more at the back?
Only if you can push your way into the throng of 100 or so workers on a journey home from work which makes commuting on Britain's much-maligned transport network seem like luxury.
Shoehorned onto the back of a lorry, they are crossing the Sahara Desert in temperatures of up to 35c in the shade. The hellish trip can last two to three weeks.
Crammed: An army of migrant workers from some of Africa's poorest states make their way home from oil-rich Libya on the back of a lorry
This is the way an army of migrant workers from some of Africa's poorest states get home from oil-rich Libya.
The lorries follow ancient spice caravan routes over hundreds of miles to Niger and Mali, braving dust storms and giant potholes.