over-the-road

[oh-ver-thuh-rohd]
adjective
of, for, or pertaining to transportation on public highways: over-the-road trucks.

Origin:
1940–45

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Modifying over-the-road buses to increase their security.
Packing of contents of the mobile home and normal preparation of the mobile home for the over-the-road movement.
Over-the-road truck drivers present the unique situation in that they commonly sleep within the truck itself.
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