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2 Tier vs. 3 Tier

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I am trying to make train reservations between Agra and Jaipur for three of us.Time for the train offering first class AC is not ideal so I am trying for a later train. The others trains with better times only offer AC 2 Tier and AC 3 Tier. I'm not sure what that means. Does it mean that three people will be sitting together with AC or does it mean that it is 3rd class instead of 2nd class? I'm going through cleartrip.com. I'm thinking of train from Dehli to Agra and Agra to Jaipur but leaving it open from Jaipur to Dehli because the earliest train leaves at 4:30 and doesn't get toDehli till around 9:30pm. I would rather leave in the morning and get to Dehli in the afternoon. If we hired a driver from Jaipur to Dehli, would we have to pay for them to return to Jaipur?

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