A wagon, (noun); is a heavy four-wheeled vehicle pulled by draught animals, used for transporting goods, commodities, agricultural materials, supplies, and sometimes people or slaves.
Wagons are pulled by animals such as tharlarion or bosk. They may be pulled by one animal or by several, often in pairs or teams.
A person who drives wagons is called a "waggoner", a "teamster" or simply a "driver".
There are different types of gorean wagons mentionend in the books, i.e. slave wagon, wagon of the wagon people and more.
The coffle was stopped, twice, before discharging one or more of its occupants, once when, apparently, a line of wagons was passing near us. They were probably produce wagons. We were pressed to the side, against a wall to our left. Some such wagons are driven by teamsters, others are conducted by small boys, with sticks. In the better part of the city such wagons move only at night, when they are less obstructive of traffic. I heard the creaking of wheels, their sound on the stones, and some grunting, and snorting, apparently of large beasts. These were draft tharlarion as I now realize, but I had not, at the time, seen such animals. Most Gorean streets are narrow, winding, and crooked. Book 31, Conspirators of Gor; Chapter 8See also: