you must not drive off the paved Road Way at any circumstances
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 can drive a car on a paved street or even on a gravel road
Is it possible? Yes. Is it legal? No.
Paved roads are important because it is straight and direct for cars to drive and it is good for the driver because it can take the right direction.
3 hours depending on traffic. It's an easy drive with smooth paved roads.
Because the original intention for installing a driveway was, and still is, to provide a paved way to drive onto the property and, when there is one, to drive to the garage.
Yield to the vehicle on the paved road in all instances
A motorcycle has two wheels, and is used generally for driving on a paved road way. An All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) has 4 wheels and is used to drive in rough terrain like a path through a forest.
550,000 miles per another posting
The Romans built stone paved roads, but this improvement in transport was probably used before, soon after wheeled transport became common. The Inca of South America were another peoples who used stone paved roads. And also extensive stone paved footpaths over long distances and undulating terrain.
Not likely on a paved road with traffic laws. You'd be better off contacting the Department of Motor Vehicles in your area for specific laws. Practically ANY motorized vehicle, when operated on such a road, needs to have lights, blinkers, horn, etc.
should be paved. Better is an adverb
Yes, it is illegal to drive ATV's on public roads in Chicago. ATVs are not permitted to be operated on paved roads or highways, except to cross the 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.
There is no certain mileage - it all depends on your driving conditions and how you drive the vehicle. If it spends its life on paved roads - a long time. If it is continually driven on rough terrain - sooner than usual. Ask a mechanic to check them for you if you are unable to tell yourself.
Well like most cars they drive best on paved roads, but subaru is popular for it's 4 wheel drive capabilities. Most of their models are considered good for off and on road driving.
Surfaced, resurfaced, faced, cemented, concreted, asphalted, black topped, macadamized.
Noise, dust, vibration from blasting, increased vehicle traffic. However, without crushed stone there will be no paved roads, and no concrete for structures.
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