Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun a motorist who owns the vehicle that he/she drives.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a motorist who owns the car that he/she drives

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • The new law is designed to spur competition and get the fragmented owner-driver sector to collate and provide economies of scale.

    Greek Trucker Protests Spark Fuel-Shortage Fears

  • Anna arrived at the Hampstead address of her first owner-driver at five-thirty that afternoon.

    Deadly Intent

  • Anna arrived at the Hampstead address of her first owner-driver at five-thirty that afternoon.

    Deadly Intent

  • Anna arrived at the Hampstead address of her first owner-driver at five-thirty that afternoon.

    Deadly Intent

  • Approximately 3,000-3,500 cabs are replaced every year as they reach their maximum allowable age - three years for fleet-owned taxis, five years for owner-driver cabs, and six-to-seven years for hybrids.

    Greener taxis coming to New York City

  • Approximately 3,000-3,500 cabs are replaced every year as they reach their maximum allowable age - three years for fleet-owned taxis, five years for owner-driver cabs, and six-to-seven years for hybrids.

    Greener taxis coming to New York City

  • The consummate observer, Mr. McPhee rides along with the owner-driver of an 18-wheel hazmat-carrying truck across the U.S.; with skippers at a large ship-handling school in France; with large-scale towboaters on the Illinois River; and with colossal coal-train operators in Wyoming.

    How It Gets There From Here- With McPhee Riding Shotgun

  • The consummate observer, Mr. McPhee rides along with the owner-driver of an 18-wheel hazmat-carrying truck across the U.S.; with skippers at a large ship-handling school in France; with large-scale towboaters on the Illinois River; and with colossal coal-train operators in Wyoming.

    How It Gets There From Here- With McPhee Riding Shotgun

  • The consummate observer, Mr. McPhee rides along with the owner-driver of an 18-wheel hazmat-carrying truck across the U.S.; with skippers at a large ship-handling school in France; with large-scale towboaters on the Illinois River; and with colossal coal-train operators in Wyoming.

    How It Gets There From Here��� With McPhee Riding Shotgun

  • The 26-year-old is coming off two years as the Busch Series 'only owner-driver, a burden many of his peers try to avoid because of the time demands of racing and securing sponsorship.

    USATODAY.com - New guys are rookies in name only

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.