In Cambodia, the term Remork Moto (tuk-tuk) is used to refer to a motorcycle with a cabin attached to the rear. Remork Moto are generally of the style of motorcycle and trailer. The front end of a motorcycle consisting of steering, tank and engine/gearbox with a covered tray mounted at the back. The power is transferred by chain to an axle mounted to the modified rear fork which drives the two rear wheels. Suspended upon the rear fork is an open cabin with an in-line seat on each side. This arrangement can carry 4 people at ease, with their luggage in the leg space. It is not unusual to see these vehicles greatly overloaded, especially in outer suburbs and around markets.
Currently, Remork Moto in Cambodia is being developed to be more convenient and safer. It is also becoming a popular form of transportation for Tourist around the temple complex of Angkor.