limousine : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n large luxurious car; usually driven by a chauffeur
- Worse, the cars were spaced so far apart that the President's Lincoln limousine was about five seconds behind the cruisers when it approached an intersection just three blocks from .
- When he bought a limousine equipped with a bar and television, he also ordered a special nook for the gun he always carried.
- Up the tall hill on which perches the citadel of Prague sped the sleek limousine of Lewis Einstein.
News & Articles
- TLC approves new rules for Taxi of Tomorrow
The Taxi and Limousine Commission on Thursday passed an amended set of rules for its controversial “Taxi of Tomorrow.” Under the new rules, cab operators would be able to purchase a hybrid alternative to the Nissan NV200 minivan cab..
June 21, 2013 - New York Daily News
- Panel Adopts New Rules for Taxi of Tomorrow
The vote by the Taxi and Limousine Commission is likely to bring more litigation from cab operators who have opposed the plan, which a judge blocked last month.
June 20, 2013 - New York Times
- Limousine-safety bill passes state transportation committee
California lawmakers are working on legislation to protect passenger safety in limousines.
June 18, 2013 - KABC-TV Los Angeles
- Jerry Brown in The Associated Press
I know how to live within limits,Brown said the night he won the Democratic Party primary earlier this month. "I got rid of the governor's limousine, his private jet, and instead of the new mansion, I rented an apartment across from the...
- Dhiren Barot in Forbes
The most obvious technique to utilize, that comes to mind ...... would be a limousine in the VIP underground car park,the operative, Dhiren Barot, wrote in a memo about the Prudential Building in Newark, NJ
- Mark Webber in BBC Sport
This car is a limousine,said Webber, who gave the RB6 a first run in Jerez. "We only had small aerodynamic changes so we didn't go crazy. It shows how clever [designer] Adrian Newey is."