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Usually, my sister drives and I read the map.
You will drive carefully, won’t you?
He drove along for several miles before he saw anyone.
He drove his truck into a wall.
Can’t you drive?
I’ve been driving for 15 years and I’ve never had an accident.
Dad will drive us.
Lee drove me to the airport.
She drives a bus for a living.
We usually drive to Italy, but this year we’re flying.
Desperation finally drove her to ask for help.
People are being driven to violence by police action.
Supermarkets are driving small shops out of business.
Will you stop that humming, you’re driving me mad!
Driven to desperation, he began to steal from his employer.
It’s enough to drive you to drink.
This malicious gossip has driven her out of the village.
Thousands of people have been driven from their homes by the fighting.
Swarms of mosquitoes drove us inside the house.
The pump is driven by an electric motor.
The coach really drives his team, but he gets good results.
We think you’ve been driving yourself too hard.
We want to find out what drives a successful businesswoman like Sylvia.
Douglas was driven by a need to learn the truth.
He drove the nail into the wall.
She drove the ball into the top corner of the goal.