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“We had our four-wheel-drive tractor, which was the centerpiece of our farming operation in a repair shop, and [the farm agency] was contacted by the repairman for the payment, and the agency let them go ahead [and] take possession of the tractor and auction it off without telling us ....”
“Kildow put his stuff on the Boise-area Craigslist site under "barter" and suggested horses, pack mules, a four-wheel-drive truck, a computer or a flat-screen TV in exchange.”
“Executives travel in convoys of armored four-wheel-drive vehicles and armed security personnel armed with guns.”
“The sensors that control modern four-wheel-drive systems are quicker to react to a loss of traction than the average driver.”
“A: While many drivers prefer the control—or implied control—of a four-wheel-drive system that can be engaged manually by the driver, automatic systems like the one on the Escape are usually more effective.”
“Getting Around: A city car will be fine on paved roads and a few dirt tracks, but to really explore the park a four-wheel-drive vehicle is essential.”
“Day three took us to Farabee's Jeep Rentals, where Richard Farabee showed us his collection of dead scorpions before sending us off in a four-wheel-drive to a series of Gold Rush ghost towns.”
“Ben Kelly, president of Kelly Insurance Agency in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, says he recently bought a loaded Ford F-150 four-door, four-wheel-drive Super Crew pickup truck for about $45,000.”
“GM notes that its efforts to boost the mileage of its V-8 engines have resulted in a four-wheel-drive Silverado that has the same fuel-economy rating as Ford's four-wheel-drive V-6 EcoBoost—15 city and 21 highway.”
“It took the Saudi militant more than six months to build the road, which only four-wheel-drive vehicles could navigate.”
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