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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That's because many of these cars continue to be treated as daily drivers by owners who enjoy their excellent road manners and the delightful mechanical sounds behind their ears.
These vehicles are trusty daily drivers during busy work days, but versatile enough for a weekend getaway," said Atty.
Its Fun Utility Vehicle is an efficient motorcycle for a wide range of daily drivers. It is lightweight and maneuverable, seats two passengers, has enclosure options for different climates and storage options for a range of utility needs.
Given that the iPhone has a dominant presence in the US, exclusive use of the device as daily drivers does create a bias and blind-spots amongst those who are guiding the development of apps for both platforms.
Likewise, 78% of parents of children younger than 18 are daily drivers, versus 59% of those without younger children.
(https://www.phonearena.com/news/Microsofts-Belfiore-puts-the-final-nails-into-the-Windows-Phone-coffin_id98726) PhoneArena has learned that during the 9-month leave of absence of the executive, he opted to use Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy S7 as his daily drivers.
Daily drivers in the UK alone spend two days each year waiting at red lights, and similar technologies already enable cyclists in Copenhagen and Amsterdam to avoid red lights.
Instead, stock brokers, car salesmen, engineers, mechanics and others with a regular day jobs, took their MGs, Porches, Triumphs, and other small sports cars on the ferry from Sandusky Ohio to Put-In-Bay on South Bass Island to compete, in what were often their own daily drivers, against other owners.
The people at Delta Wing Technologies think their approach to racecar architecture could have applicability for daily drivers, as well.
They were both good to drive and we can see how they would be very capable daily drivers. As long as it's not a race with a tiger!
From those we chatted to while taking part in the static displays, Coventry's younger people were interested in these cars and were often surprised to learn that many of the cars, like ours, were perfectly useable as daily drivers.