Drive may refer to:
- Driving, the act of controlling a vehicle
- Road, an identifiable thoroughfare, route, way or path between two places
- Road trip, a journey on roads
- Driveway, a private road for local access to structures
- Drive (charity), a campaign to collect items other than money
- Lake Shore Drive or "The Drive", an expressway in Chicago
Other articles related to "drives, drive":
... Three Drives, also known as Three Drives on a Vinyl, is a Dutch progressive trance duo ...
... In 1978, Apple intended to develop its own FileWare drive mechanism for use in the new Apple /// and Lisa business computers being developed ... FileWare drives were finally introduced with the Apple Lisa computer in 1983, and were used in prototypes of the Apple Macintosh ... Although Apple planned to make FileWare drives available for the Apple II and Apple III, and announced them under the names UniFile and DuoFile (for single and dual drives, respectively), these ...
... Drives a Black and blue 1950s American pick-up truck with flames on the hood and sides ... ten different languages and has a dark style of fashion, but she also drives recklessly, which landed her as one of the best racers in the Thunder Truck league ... Drives a red 1980s Jeep with a black hard top and a handgun promotion on the doors ...
... He drives the Rad Truck, and he is the City Champion ... He wears a red suit and top hat, he drives a red Hot Rod, and he is the Desert Champion ... He drives a green Jeep, and he is the Jungle Champion ...
... Disk drive, a computer storage device Solid-state drive, a computer storage device A spacecraft propulsion device An automobile transmission device In a motor controller, an electronic device ...
Famous quotes containing the word drives:
“I am nothing but a miserable, crushed worm, whom no one wants, whom no one loves, a useless creature with morning sickness, and a big belly, two rotten teeth, and a bad temper, a battered sense of dignity, and a love which nobody wants and which nearly drives me insane.”
—Sophie Tolstoy (18441919)
“Who then is she,
She holding me? The peoples sea drives on her,
Drives out the father from the caesared camp;
The dens of shape
Shape all her whelps with the long voice of water,
That she I have,
The country-handed grave boxed into love....”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“The great object in life is Sensationto feel that we exist, even though in pain; it is this craving void which drives us to gaming, to battle, to travel, to intemperate but keenly felt pursuits of every description whose principal attraction is the agitation inseparable from their accomplishment.”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)