nondriver


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nondriver

(ˌnɒnˈdraɪvə)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a person who does not drive a car
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Noun1.nondriver - a person who is not a driver
pedestrian, footer, walker - a person who travels by foot
driver - the operator of a motor vehicle
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The law required student, tribal or state-issued IDs including Alabama driver's licences or nondriver ID cards issued by the Alabama Department of Motor Vehicles in order to vote.
1, 2012, Kansas voters have had to provide photo ID when casting a vote in person or a copy of state- approved photo ID or a Kansas driver's license or nondriver ID number when voting by mail.
license or nondriver license, and sign a confidentiality statement prior to being allowed to view the
Executive Order 11-11 eliminated all motor vehicle titling and registration fees for disaster zone residents and eased the process to receive duplicate or replacement driver licenses, nondriver licenses, certificates of motor vehicle ownership, license plates, and tabs.
For example, Illinois's new strict liability crime--aggravated DUI--replaced the reckless homicide presumption for drunk driving; drunk drivers are now automatically guilty, without a showing of fault in the underlying accident, if "great bodily harm" befalls a nondriver.
t]he Secretary of State may not amend the procedures for applying for a driver's license or nondriver identification card under this chapter in a manner designed to conform to the federal REAL ID Act of 2005.
3) Federal, state, and local government agencies for purposes authorized or required by law or any legitimate purpose consistent with the duties of such an agency, including, but not limited to, voter identification cards, driver licenses, nondriver identification cards, passports, birth certificates and social security cards.
The last category indicates the respondent was a nondriver and not asked the seatbelt question.
Among the numerous budget-saving measures it took, such as cutting its nondriver workforce and improving its focus on its most profitable accounts, the company centralized aspects of its insurance and related programs and took a long-term approach to controlling claim volatility and expense.
For nonsmokers, multiple regression analyses indicated that self-reported exposure duration combined with intensity, Jack of a smoking policy as reported by workers, having a nondriver job, and lower educational level were independently associated with elevated personal nicotine levels (model [R.
It also depends on whether the veteran is a driver or nondriver.
The 71-year-old nondriver started the car by accident as he tried to get the key out for his wife.