You can take the Baby Jogger City Classic on non-paved jogging trails, but it will bounce about, and your baby may not enjoy it.
driving off the paved portion of the highway
Do not pass on the right by driving off the paved portion of the highway
ONLY if the other vehicle is disabled and unable to move out of the travelled lane of traffic. Drive ONLY on the shoulder and NEVER the sidewalk or off the paved portion of the shoulder.
You may not; it is illegal and you may get a ticket for doing so.
I have no idea what you mean by paved, but yes Venice is a city that was built atop of water with mostly water streets that people would get around by driving boats and gondolas. Yet, Venice has also some cobblestone streets.
should be paved. Better is an adverb
Yes because when your driving down the road more car crashes happen on unpaved roads then on paved roads
Yes, paved can be used as an adjective -- a paved road. It's also the past tense and past participle of pave.
On a paved road.
The NPS states that there are over 310 miles of paved roads within Yellowstone National Park.
Paved U.S. RoadsAccording to the most recent (2004) data, the percentage of the roads in the U.S. that are paved is 64.5%.
3,323 miles of paved roads
Texas has the most miles of paved roads, i believe it's somewhere around 250,000 miles of paved roads
There are two quotations - The road to Heaven is paved with good intentions and the road to Hell is paved with good intentions
Yes, it is. Whole Route 66 between Kingman and Oatman is paved.
No. Paved roads cam long after the wheel.
Depends what you mean by "sites." There are many places worthy of a visit in the NP, many visible simply by driving on well-paved roads.
Luxembourg is a well developed country, so it basiclly has paved roads everywhere. I'd say 99,99% of Luxembourg's streets have paved roads.
Their is about 148 987 Km of paved roads in Ontario
michigan. the first paved road in the united states was a portion of woodward avenue
Raved, paved, shaved, caved, behaved, waved, braved, slavedcaved..braved..paved..