Sunday driver


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Sunday driver

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informal a person who drives slowly, timorously, or unskilfully, as if used to driving only on Sundays when the roads are relatively quiet
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Will it be a school-run machine packed to the brim with kids, or a Sunday driver that is only taken out for a spin on the weekends?
In fact, the rule the car ran afoul of was 22400(a) of the California Vehicle Code, which states in part that "no person shall drive at such a slow speed as to impede or block the normal movement of traffic," which in layman's terms basically translates into the Sunday Driver Law.
Chris Brunt, James Morrison, Craig Gardner and Stephane Sessegnon v Tom Huddlestone, Jake Livermore, David Meyler and Stephen Quinn: It could be like a Sunday driver trying to reverse a 4x4 monster into a tiny parking bay.
You can be a Sunday driver or take on more of a challenge.
Rockliffe Hall offers a host of luxury breaks and incentive travel from the Splendour Spa Break and Rockliffe Getaway to the Sunday Driver and Come Dine with Us packages, the latter a must for food fanatics.
The roads to North Wales aren't that great, especially if you get stuck behind a Sunday driver.
Since the average Sunday driver is expected to use at least two gallons of gasoline, taking even a million cars off the road would save at least 2 million gallons of gasoline, said Patrick Rule, a spokesman for the protest.
Because if Sven insists his England continue to play as cautiously as a Sunday driver then they'll be on their way home from Germany this evening.
Even the most out-of-shape Sunday driver is rewarded with spectacular views of pasture-quilted valleys and endless ridgelines of mountains rolling off toward the far horizon.
She did tell me she was a Sunday driver - I just didn't know that meant Formula 1.
MEANWHILE, let's hear it for world F1 champ Kimi Raikkonen who kept his cool admirably after being taken out of the Canadian GP by Lewis Hamilton's Sunday driver manoeuvre of running up Kimi's rear as he waited at a red light - was Lewis wearing a cap under his helmet we ask.