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Professor Dave Greenwood, WMG, said "It's great to be able to showcase some of the technologies which we're working on in a real driveable vehicle - this really helps us bring home the benefits of the technologies we develop at WMG, and helps industry see how they may adopt them"
His advantage may have been even more substantial, but England's Oliver Fisher eagled the driveable 16th after his tee shot bounced through a greenside bunker and birdied the last from off the green to reach 18 under.
If it is not legally driveable or is unsafe to move, Mercedes-Benz will attend the scene and recover the car to a Mercedes-Benz Approved Bodyshop.
The primary outcome was the number of subjects in each group who were able to pass the DriveABLE test at month 12.
Most collisions, Allstate reports, aren't life-threatening - in 70 percent of claims the vehicle involved is considered driveable.
Now, through these tremendous partnerships with Kia and eBay, the auction will take the offerings to a whole new level with a truly one-of-a-kind, and fully driveable, CUV customized by Jim Lee.
An interactive computer program called DriveABLE plays a key role in the therapists' assessment.
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.