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Other terms relating to ' vehicles (related to)':
Definitions include: wheel rims that are 20 inches in diameter.
Definitions include: to ride on the top of a moving car.
Definitions include: the gear stick in an automatic vehicle.
Definitions include: the seat behind the passenger seat in a vehicle.
Definitions include: "transmission".
Definitions include: to attempt to maximize gas mileage by making fuel-conserving adjustments to one's car and one's driving techniques.
Definitions include: An acronym has been invented for the term, but long after the term entered use: "Beautiful Intellectuals That Cause Hard-ons."
Definitions include: a trip taken in a motor vehicle.
Definitions include: An abnormally large exhaust tip, typically chrome, which is intended to convince people the installed vehicle has a professional-level racing exhaust.
Definitions include: car wheels.
Definitions include: a skid mark made by tires, usually one's car. Origin: the phrase "burn rubber."
Definitions include: any automobile.
Definitions include: the "pink slip" of a vehicle.
Definitions include: a person who must travel in the trunk of a car because there are no seats left. "Trunky monkies" sometimes get this punishment because of poor behavior.
Definitions include: superficial injuries (i.e. scrapes and scratches) caused by sliding along a road.
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