or drive time
- driving force,
- driving iron,
- driving licence,
- driving range,
- driving sail,
- driving wheel,
- drizzle cake,
Examples from the Web for drive-time
Meanwhile, she is continuing to host a three-hour morning drive-time music show on Los Angeles radio.Lisa Kennedy Montgomery on Her Path From MTV to Fox Business|Lloyd Grove|December 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As an afternoon drive-time radio host in Phoenix, J.D. Hayworth did a killer impression of John McCain.
Walking into the radio studio in Boston, an AM drive-time show, I saw the host speed-reading the back flap with beetled brow.
- the time of day when many people are driving to or from work, regarded as a broadcasting slot
- (as modifier)the daily drive-time show