Public transportation can be torturous in many bustling meccas but it doesn't appear to be a problem in St. Kitts capital city of Basseterre. You see, the public transportation consists of privately-owned mini buses lovingly painted with slogans and names that reflect the owner's sensibilities. How can you have a rough ride when the bus is emblazoned with "honesty? " I think just watching these moving murals is enough to brighten your day.
I'd hop in this angelic white van just because I believe that its name would bring only good things.
This is my personal favorite, because the heartfelt emotions of this phrase resonates in all cultures.
This flashy display makes me think that the owner is a gregarious extrovert.
The owner's name hovers over the slogan of this bus in a way that suggests that perhaps he's joined the cut-throat competition.
This says a lot about the owner's outlook.
I really like the style of this slogan because whether you're driving a bus or not, you always want to stay in the mix!