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  • adj. Not drivable


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  • Hamner was not seriously injured, but the unmarked vehicle was "undrivable" after crashing into a sign, Thiessen confirmed.

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  • The problem is that this makes the bus undrivable.

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  • The highways would remain undrivable long into the darkness even in late fall and early spring.

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  • You know, John, as you look at all these cars, this is essentially the student parking lot, many of these cars flipped over, blown out of this parking lot, many of them damaged, undrivable at this point.

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  • Large blocks of ice and downed trees have made roads virtually undrivable.

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  • The gas station was maybe three-tenths of a mile down the street, the grocery store that was completely undrivable was a mere two miles.

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  • At low speeds parking lot speeds, collisions would cause much higher repair costs than expected, and in some case the vehicle would be undrivable.

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  • Unfourtunetly, our grand am's belt finally went and it is now undrivable.

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  • Should he or shouldn't he take a turning he knew of a couple of miles farther that led up an unused and practically undrivable track back by the west side to The Open Arms, and instruct Mrs. Bilton to proceed at once down the lane and salvage Anna-Felicitas?

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  • Fewer than a quarter Texans drivers say that their first instinct would be to call a roadside assistance service in the case of a disabled or undrivable vehicle during their average daily driving.


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