pakadoma

an unusual seat that is often assigned to passengers who lack funds to travel to where they wish to go and those who are desperate because they are in a hurry or due to bad weather conditions.

On most kombis ("commuter omnibuses"), this seat (pakadoma) is located right behind the driver's seat, which means that the heat generated there may burn you because this is usually where the engine is located as well.
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