Bage & Luggage
The term “hand luggage” or “cabin baggage” refers to the sort of luggage that passengers are permitted to bring in the passenger compartment of a vehicle rather than the cargo compartment. Passengers are permitted to bring a limited number of smaller bags onto the vehicle, which are often used to transport valuables and other goods required for the journey.
Hand luggage is usually stored either under the seats or in overhead compartments. Trains typically have luggage racks above the seats, as well as luggage space between the backs of seats facing opposite directions.A bag is a soft container of some sort. It has the ability to hold and transport items. Cloth, leather, plastic, or paper can all be used to make it. Many bags are disposable, while some are designed to be used repeatedly. A bag might have one, two, or three handles, as well as a shoulder strap. Bags come in a variety of shapes and sizes, depending on their intended usage. Handbags, purses, and pocketbooks are all terms for a tiny bag that may be carried with one hand. When children place certain types of bags over their heads, they can suffocate or stop breathing and die because their oxygen supply is cut off.