undriveable

undriveable

(ʌnˈdraɪvəbəl)
adj
unable to be driven
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When they returned to the car just before 6pm, they found that the windscreen and wing mirror of the police car had been smashed, leaving the car undriveable.
left the bus undriveable, but another bus soon arrived to take the 23 students to school, Palatine Township Elementary District 15 spokeswoman Morgan Delack said.
And, when it comes to the military, to logistics and to strategic planning, the ability to quickly cross from one side of an undriveable obstacle to another in a war zone can mean the difference between life and death.
But investigators for the insurers discovered the other car supposedly involved in the accident was undriveable at the time.
For example, if a client whose vehicle is undriveable calls to register a claim, respond by saying, "We apologize for the inconvenience caused by not being able to drive your vehicle due to the serious nature of the accident.
However, Shaikh Khalid's challenge for a better position was curtailed after three stages (SS8, 12 and 14) were cancelled following heavy rains the previous day that rendered the route undriveable and deemed unsafe for racing.
Simon Marley-Warriner has that trophy on his mantelpiece now after a series of mechanical problems that rendered all but one of his vehicles undriveable.
at caused the airbag to deploy and made the vehicle undriveable.
And though he had to exit early from the Malaysian GP due to not entering the pit after a minor collision with Sebastian Vettel, with the problems with the car becoming undriveable after the snap decision by the team, he believes the tactics to keep him going were the right ones at the time.
When the rubber's too cold the car's almost undriveable, which will make the first few laps a bit of an eye-opener.
The car is undriveable at the moment and we need to work.