automobile driver


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Synonyms for automobile driver

someone who drives racing cars at high speeds

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Automobile drivers represented the bulk of traffic fatalities both within the state and nationwide.
A transient physical model was developed to simulate the thermal interactions between an automobile driver, the cabin environment, and a heated seat.
The contest is between an intrepid cycling commuter, a CDTA bus commuter, and an automobile driver.
Meanwhile the automobile driver is becoming increasingly irritated by the number of trucks on "his" or "her" road.
In order to meet upcoming US 2004 legislation and a wider perceived global market, Netherlands contractor Royal Philips Electronics has launched a chip-based Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) that provides the automobile driver with measurements of individual tire pressures and notification of pressure/inflation problems as they arise.
An automobile driver who runs out of gas in the middle of nowhere is thought to be irresponsible, but such common sense isn't applied to our civilization.
However, on a national basis for the last available year, 1997, police reports show 68 percent of fatal accidents between cars and trucks were primarily related to actions of the automobile driver.
In our case, involving a collision between a motorcycle and an automobile, either the motorcyclist was going too fast and the automobile driver could not be faulted, or the motorcyclist was driving at a reasonable speed but the automobile driver failed to check her rearview mirror.
It was 1927, and America was just beginning to realize, perhaps not as profoundly as Goodman, that the country was not designed for the automobile driver.
Over the last year, as every automobile driver in America and Europe will gleefully tell you, that price has dropped by more than half.
Given these inequities, why is the automobile driver responsible for the safety of a motorcyclist who willingly chooses to accept the high element of risk?
If they were, we blame the automobile driver and rightly so.
Once an automobile driver in the UK reaches the age of 70 they must re-apply for their driving license.
There are enormous cognitive, perceptual and motor tasks an automobile driver must complete, frequently very quickly and with split-second precision.
If the automobile driver who can't see you is blinded by an oncoming vehicle and doesn't avoid you (because they can't see you), you end up the loser.
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