undriveable

undriveable

(ʌnˈdraɪvəbəl)
adj
unable to be driven
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"A tube got dropped through the windscreen, which made the van undriveable so I parked up.
The first - a PS14k Z4 BMW - also became undriveable after a few days following problems with both the clutch and the turbo.
Thinking he had got away with the Corsa, Norman sped off but hit the kerb, causing damage which meant the car was undriveable.
Holmes attended GMP's vehicle compound where officers returned the HGV to him, even though it still hadn't been repaired and was undriveable.
Young's vehicle had significant damage including a shattered windscreen where it had hit Mr Grist and the front bumper was hanging off, with witnesses viewing it as undriveable. But he drove off, dropping a passenger off and eventually dumping the car, which was found partially burned out later that night.
Her tyres had deflated, rendering the car undriveable.
Plaintiffs alleged that defendants had failed to make necessary repairs to plaintiffs' vehicle and had actually damaged the vehicle, and the trial court relied on plaintiff Burton's affidavit saying the vehicle was undriveable and had sustained $22,750 in damages when it denied defendants' motion for summary judgment.
Janet Connor, the AA's director of insurance, said: "We are seeing a growing number of pothole claims described as, 'car severely damaged and undriveable', which didn't happen at all last year.
Got up for work to find pool of petrol and car undriveable!
He claims the engine blew up on the A69 at Lemington, Newcastle, two weeks after the upgrade and has been undriveable ever since.
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.