Do you call it a shopping cart, a buggy or something
different? Depending on where you live, you have probably heard people refer to
the wheeled contraption that holds your groceries by several different nouns.
The most common name is “shopping cart.” However, if you live in the southern
United States, the term “buggy” is often used. Even though a shopping cart and
a shopping basket are two different things, people sometimes use these labels interchangeably.
We have even heard the term “bass cart.” After scouring the net, we found
several studies on the matter. Below is our conclusion.