Hand car

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(Railroad) a small car propelled by hand, used by railroad laborers, etc.
See under Car.

See also: Car, Hand

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Two planning applications were submitted for a hand car wash on the forecourt of the Sedgley Road petrol station, attracting scores of objections from residents in the Woodsetton area.
Summary: Buying a second hand car can be tricky and can lead to long term expenses if not done correctly
Based on client surveys and many inquiries received, Chee said a bigger portion of the market has realized the practicality of purchasing a second hand car rather than a brand new one.
DRIVERS are being urged to join an information-gathering effort against modern slavery in hand car washes through a new smartphone app.
The average listing price for the premium second hand car is Dh133,000 ($36,200), according Dubizzle Motors, a leading free classifieds platform for users in the UAE.
Auto Business News-May 29, 2017--sgCarMart cancels six-week time constraint on consumer second hand car listings
CONSUMERS are being offered a new free ombudsman service which will resolve complaints ranging from problems with retailers to issues with a second hand car.
Warrants were executed at Express Hand Car Wash on Pocket Nook Street and Jackson Street Tyres, on Jackson Street.
The suggestive sign was commissioned by Unique Hand Car Wash in Bridgend and created by Bridgendbased Panoramik Sign.
"There is a huge rush of political parties at both showrooms and second hand car bazrs.
"We're on the lookout for people who would like to be featured in our show who are in the market to buy a second hand car," said Mat Watson, who is the editor at Auto Express Magazine.