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An interactive computer program called DriveABLE plays a key role in the therapists' assessment.
Part of the A38 was closed for nearly three hours after the crash and the car, which was not driveable after the accident, removed from the area.
The award was presented to Ian Callum, Jaguar's Director of Design, who said: "It is great to be recognised for creativity, as well as for excellent, driveable cars.
The R600 represents an increase in aggressiveness, although the linear power delivery of the supercharged engine makes it superbly driveable.
When she asked about the car a few days later, I couldn't resist telling her that she had indeed won the car--the life-sized, real, and driveable gummy car.
Fisher, two behind, failed to birdie the driveable par four, bogeyed the short 17th and finished with a two-over-par 73.
9 with 150bhp which is decidedly driveable and extremely economical.
It's been gritted now, but it wasn't driveable then and the cars were stuck.
The Bot, a beer keg mounted on driveable wheels, has a specially programmed electronic 'brain' which directs it to move along a specific route.
Rumford played the remaining 13 holes in 11 under par, with an eagle two on the driveable seventh, birdies at the sixth and ninth and then an inward 28 containing seven more birdies.
Full-power driveable versions are ideal for repetitive lifting and maintenance applications.
The Motorhome Information Service (MIS) says: "Modern motorhomes really do have everything on board, are very driveable and give you almost complete independence.