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There are two taxi drivers. They are both on the opposite side of a bridge. They both want to go through the bridge at the same time. But according to the bridge restrictions, only one car can go through the bridge at a time. How will they both go through the bridge at the same time.

They are taxi Drivers not taxis, or cars. Only one car can go through it, but two people can go at the same time.

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What does "they are both on the opposite side of the bridge" mean?

If it means they are together, on the opposite side of the bridge, then

Ride across the bridge in the same car.

If it means they are apart, on opposite sides of the bridge, then

One could ride a bicycle, or walk.

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Restriction is there becoz of which two Taxis can't go simultaneously. But there is no restriction that Two Drivers(Without Taxis) can go simultaneously. So they can cross

bridge if they walk from opposite direction.

Cheeers@!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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