- n. Plural form of vehicle.
“Hehe, battery placement in vehicles is nuts nowdays!”
“With the severe stock-market gyrations of the financial crisis and this year's "flash crash," interest in vehicles to track volatility and "trade" it with complex derivatives have soared.”
“The executive said demand for the joint venture's vehicles is expanding rapidly in China partly because of the company's focus on small fuel-efficient cars, whose sales China's central government encouraged over the past two years with sales incentives and other policy support.”
“Diski explores the time period through both some of the main vehicles of popular culture at the time — drugs, the sexual revolution and fashion — as well as education and psychiatry.”
“Obviously some police force is targeting certain vehicles for shakedowns.”
“The Internal Revenue Service and Treasury Department today announced that a tax break for the purchase of new motor vehicles is available in states that do not have a state sales tax.”
“I have been on busses that have been boarded by immigration officials at the 21 kilometer (more or less) checkpoint, and have been in vehicles where all cars were stopped and asked to cancel their papers.”
“Sure enough the South Dakota default color on vehicles is white.”
“However, the idea that NASA or any other civilian goverment entity should be operating space launch vehicles is silly.”
Looking for tweets for vehicles.