Delman is a traditional transportation vehicles with wheels of two, three or four who do not use the machine but using the horse as his successor. Variations of transportation that uses horses include War Train. The name of this vehicle comes from the name of its discoverer, Charles Theodore Deeleman ie, a litografer and engineers in the Dutch East Indies. The Dutch themselves call this vehicle with a dos-à-dos (back to back, the literal meaning of the French language), which is a kind of train passengers seated back to back. Term dos-à-dos this later by the indigenous population of Batavia shortened again to 'sado'.