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driving time

noun
1.
the time or estimated time to drive between two points or to one's destination.
2.
a period, as in early morning and late afternoon, when many people are driving to or from work and listening to car radios:
Many radio commercials are broadcast during driving time.
Also, drive time.
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Examples for driving time
  • Park rangers present programs within one-hour driving time from visitor centers.
  • The distance may not be as long, but the driving time may be comparable.
  • Reduce your amount of driving time to cut air pollution.
  • Numerous beach towns within a couple of hours' driving time offer accommodations, attractions and services.
  • Pick landmarks you want to stop and visit along the way and adjust your driving time accordingly.
  • There are, however, a few gems scattered among the corporate hotels and located within reasonable driving time of downtown.
  • However, that's a driving time without breaks, an unwise plan for such a distance.
  • Purchase airline tickets or plan your driving time to the parks.
  • driving time means all time spent at the driving controls of a commercial motor vehicle in operation.
  • The rest areas will be spaced approximately one-hour's driving time apart.

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