Daily Driver


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Daily Driver

Technology one uses each day at work. Examples of daily drivers include personal computers and smart phones. A daily driver implies reliability and steadiness in the face of new technologies that are flashy but may take time to accept.
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Montgomery Insurance, a Liberty Mutual Group regional operation, is offering a GPS-based real-time vehicle tracking and daily driver reporting service for commercial fleet managers and owners.
Of course being his daily driver for a year and battling the weather has taken its toll on the wee car and now it is off the road for a major overhaul and some serious engine problems (Ryan's fault) .
And key to the Nissan GT-R's usability as a both daily driver and a high-performance supercar is its interior, which is designed to balance functionality, a sense of ease and comfort.
That might limit the RS 4's duty as a daily driver, especially in such places as Southern California, where traffic jams are as common as sunshine.
When it's nut bringing on fits of total abandon, the 330i makes for a sensible daily driver.
Together, we're shaping a future of the connected car that puts drivers at the center of an experience that's personalized, localized and optimized in ways that make navigation indispensable to the daily driver.
This one is out of Glen's rotary collection, it's his daily driver.
Graham Pogson Mitchell Close St Mellons, Cardiff AS an animal-lover and a daily driver on the A4232 Ely link road, I often see wildlife that has come to an untimely end due to them having no road sense.
It is her weekend toy and a big contrast to her daily driver which is a modest 1.
Finding a fun-to-drive, yet practical and safe set of wheels that can be a daily driver and accommodate both their lifestyle and part-time job, is not an easy task.
Further, UPS expects its On-Road Integrated Optimization and Navigation (ORION) system to reduce an average of seven to eight miles traveled from daily driver routes.