Learn common Driving phrasal verbs with their meaning and examples in English.
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- Meaning: Make a car go backwards
- Example: See if you can back up a bit further.
- Meaning: Fasten your seat belt in a car, plane etc.
- Example: Please buckle up now; we’re about to land.
- Meaning: Block someone’s way
- Example: A second policeman cut off his escape.
- Meaning: Do something out of a car
- Example: He was killed in a drive-by shooting.
- Meaning: Put gasoline in the car until it’s completely full
- Example: He filled up the tank with petrol.
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- Meaning: Leave
- Example: You must not get out of the car when it is in motion.
- Meaning: Stop on the side of the road
- Example: She saw the ambulance coming up behind her and pulled over.
- Meaning: Hit something/someone with a car and drive over them
- Example: Jesica was run over by a car outside her house.
- Meaning: To decrease speed; to go slower
- Example: Slow down! You’re driving too fast.
- Meaning: Stop a piece of equipment working temporarily by pressing a button
- Example: You forgot to turn off your blinker after you merged.
- Meaning: Move to the side of the road
- Example: We pulled in at the side of the road.
- Meaning: Move away from the side of the road, etc.
- Example: A car pulled out in front of me.
- Meaning: Crash into somebody/something
- Example: The bus went of out control and ran into a line of people.
- Meaning: Hit somebody and make them fall to the ground
- Example: She was knocked down by a bus.
- Meaning: Take someone in vehicle
- Example: I’ll pick you up at six.
Common Driving Phrasal Verbs in English.