Examples of drive time in a Sentence
Her show airs during the morning drive time.
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The spread rate, however, is much lower and equated to one-third less driving time on the main roads last year.
In 2014, a West Virginia driver alleged he was forced falsify log books to conceal time spent on the road that exceeded federal regulations that limit driving time to 11 hours per day.
Higher tolls are intended to deter some drivers, freeing up space and shortening drive times for those willing to pay.
But in a move that has shocked sports media pundits and taken the sports radio industry by storm, Francesa is reportedly returning to WFAN and will reclaim his seat hosting afternoon drive time on the station.
The devices have been required for most truckers since Dec. 18, to keep drivers more honest about their driving time and therefore make the highways safer.
The road work may affect drive time during the morning and day, according to MDOT, which asks for patience and slower speeds from drivers as crews block lanes.
In addition, live reads will be made on WBEZ-FM during drive times.
Yet, as the report detailed, the issue of safe streets often remains a low priority, sidelined in favor of politically expedient campaigns to build new roads, and even considered a barrier to efforts to reduce gridlock, congestion, and drive times.
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DRIVE TIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of drive time for English Language Learners
: the time when people are driving to or from work and are listening to the radio in their cars
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