vehicular

[vee-hik-yuh-ler]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or for vehicles: a vehicular tunnel.
2.
serving as a vehicle.
3.
caused by a vehicle; attributed or attributable to vehicles: vehicular homicide.
4.
carried on or transported by means of a vehicle: vehicular recording units.

Origin:
1610–20; < Late Latin vehiculāris. See vehicle, -ar1

nonvehicular, adjective
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vehicle (ˈviːɪkəl)
 
n
1.  any conveyance in or by which people or objects are transported, esp one fitted with wheels
2.  a medium for the expression, communication, or achievement of ideas, information, power, etc
3.  pharmacol a therapeutically inactive substance mixed with the active ingredient to give bulk to a medicine
4.  Also called: base a painting medium, such as oil, in which pigments are suspended
5.  (in the performing arts) a play, musical composition, etc, that enables a particular performer to display his talents
6.  a rocket excluding its payload
 
[C17: from Latin vehiculum, from vehere to carry]
 
vehicular
 
adj

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Example sentences
They are strong and durable, able to withstand vehicular traffic.
The tundra is also slow to repair itself from physical disturbances, such as
  vehicular tracks.
Notorious are traffic inspectors, preferring to collect pots-de-vin from
  humbler participants of vehicular traffic.
He later pleaded no contest to vehicular manslaughter, driving without a
  license, and failing to stop at the scene of a crash.
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