off-street off-street

Definition(s):

  • (adj) not on the streets

Usage(s):

  1. Around the same time, Julius Caesar introduced the first off-street parking laws.
  2. Dallas left the off-street parking job to the parking companies.
  3. When it banned curb-parking downtown, 42,000 off-street spaces at fair rates were provided.

News

  1. Get that rock star spot- anywhere: Audi becomes first carmaker to offer new global parking locater technology

    A new tech service now offered by Audi called INRIX Park Service makes it easier for Audi owners to locate off-street parking spaces – with more carmakers likely to add the system down the road.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Digital Trends

  2. Audi Adds Innovative INRIX Park Service to Audi Connect® Services Globally

    Audi is simplifying the unpleasant task of finding off-street parking with the addition of INRIX Park – a real-time navigation service for all existing and new Audi connect® subscribers.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Auto Spies

Quotes

  • "Legal off-street drag racing was sanctioned in Victoria by the superintendent of the police force, Mick Miller, and in the 25 years of promoting legal off-street drag racing there has not been any injury to any person at Calder," said Mr Jane.
    on May 19, 2010 By: Bob Jane Source: Herald Sun

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