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driveway

a private road for vehicles, often connecting a house or garage with a public road; drive

driveway

A private way or road, which is primarily for use by automobiles.
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Spectacular Driveways UK is celebrating 18 years of trading.
My driveway has many small cracks (less than a 1/4 inch) and stress lines.
Your driveway will have your car parked on it for long periods, so having good foundations is vital.
The reviews on Amazon seem to indicate that consumers are indeed looking for the information on AGRC and in Automatic Driveway Gates.
They approached social business Gentoo Group who worked in partnership with Wearmouth Construction to get the driveway complete.
Frequent, or over-eager, power washing of your driveway will wash out the dry sand in between the blocks, and may allow soil and dirt to enter, leading to weed and moss growth.
Their original driveway, installed at the east end of their property, is steep and travels over a stream.
He said: "My driveway has begun to subside due to the shear weight and pressure of having 22 tonnes of heavy goods vehicle on it on numerous occasions.
Rhodri Charles of Admiral Group said: "In some areas, losses are higher than average for cars parked on the driveway or in the garage than on the street.
A place for get-togethers is what Susan and Ken Maruyama really needed--not the driveway and patch of lawn that was pinched between their house and garage in Culver City, California.
HOUSEHOLDERS in Nuneaton and Bedworth are being told that planning permission may be needed before they can lay a new block-paved driveway.