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motorist

a driver of a car, esp when considered as a car-owner
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With more motorcyclists expected on the roads in the next week, the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the Wyoming Highway Patrol want to remind all motorists to be extra vigilant when driving.
Instead, a political officer should always carry a summons to attend court book and let the motorists continue with the journey.
Engineer Ade Igna, DPWH-Cavite assistant provincial director, said the 50-year-old steel bridge needs rehabilitation to ensure its integrity and safety of the motorists.
Summary: Two Emirati drivers win cars as 3,600 motorists are honoured
Toyota takes care of this by offering free motorist assistance to Filipinos traveling for the Holy Week.
A witness, Mr Peter Karanja, said the 6am incident occurred when the motorist attempted to overtake."The motorist did not have a clear view of the oncoming traffic before the smash-up," he said.
(MPTC) gave the media an insight on all its upcoming projects that aims to provide a seamless travel to all motorists using NLEX, SCTEX and CAVITEX.
If any of the previous methods work before a patrol car reaches, the police said that a motorist should stop the car off the road and make sure he/ she is safe and wait for the arrival of the concerned units.
The motorist is noted on the policy as a named driver.
If a motorist, rushing back to their car, should drop, unnoticed, a sweet wrapper from his pocket while pulling out his car keys then the litter police will surely be on hand to slap a fine on the hapless motorist.