Driving Record Claims And Convictions

Driving Record Claims And Convictions,

What Does Driving Record Claims And Convictions Mean?

The industry studies past driving experiences to determine rewards. If you are involved in an accident for which you have been found guilty or convicted of a traffic offense, you can pay a higher premium.

Literal Meanings of Driving Record Claims And Convictions

Driving:

Meanings of Driving:
  1. Control and drive the motor vehicle.

  2. (Rain or snow) falls and is blown away with great force.

Sentences of Driving
  1. Punishment for reckless driving

  2. Heavy rain, heavy rain

Synonyms of Driving

displacement, bold, removal, dynamic, enterprising, insistent, vigorous, competitive, dislodgement, energetic, driving, banishing, ejection, ousting, driving out, pushing, expulsion, assertive, throwing out, forceful, banishment, clearance

Record:

Meanings of Record:
  1. Make notes in writing or other permanent form for future reference, especially for official indications.

  2. Convert to permanent format for later playback (sound or performance)

  3. Something that is evidence of the past, especially written or otherwise permanent.

  4. The number of past achievements or actions by a person or organization, the success of past behaviors or achievements by someone or something else.

  5. The best performance (especially in sports) or the most unusual event of its kind, as measured and judged officially.

  6. Each thin plastic disc for playback on the turntable that carries recorded sounds, especially music, in drains at every level.

Sentences of Record
  1. They were asked to keep a diary and write down what they ate and drank.

  2. He recorded the guitar at night

  3. Be sure to keep a written record

  4. Airport security files

  5. Set a world record for more than a decade

  6. I listen to the recording in my room

Synonyms of Record

data, write down, make a recording of, take down, document, commit to paper, put in writing, previous performance, files, set down, star performance, evidence, life history, album, tape-record, put down on paper, background, reports, track record, tape, file, note, account, documentation, put down, past, information, highest achievement, history, previous accomplishments

Claims:

Meanings of Claims:
  1. Explain or acknowledge that something is going on, there is usually no evidence or proof to present.

  2. Request or formally claim that you have won or won (some)

  3. To cause loss of (someone's life)

  4. A statement that something is true.

  5. A request or request for something that has been deemed due.

Sentences of Claims
  1. The prime minister says he is worried about third world debt

  2. If no one claims the items, they will become the property of the Crown Prince.

  3. Five people were killed in the attack

  4. Harassed over claims of CIA contacts

  5. The court rejected your asylum application

Synonyms of Claims

averment, avow, assertion, request, take, protest, assert, affirmation, representation, declaration, profess, aver, application, hold, say that one owns, affirm, maintain, profession, declare, insist, assert ownership of, attest, protestation, formally request, avowal, swear, state, lay claim to

And:

Meanings of And:
  1. A boolean operator that returns one if and only if all operations are one, otherwise zero.

  2. It is used to include words in a speech, clause, or part of a sentence that needs to be put together.

  3. It is used to introduce additional comments or interactions.

  4. It is used to indicate the intention after some verbs and before other verbs, "no"

Sentences of And
  1. If he had to make a decision, and it was the worst, he would turn his back on his parents.

Synonyms of And

added to, as well as, and, together with, besides, with, along with, not to mention, coupled with, too, in addition to, also, including

Convictions:

Meanings of Convictions:
  1. A formal statement based on a jury trial or a court judge's decision that a person is guilty of a crime.

  2. A firm belief or opinion.

Sentences of Convictions
  1. He was convicted of a similar crime

  2. He is proud to affirm his political beliefs.

Synonyms of Convictions

persuasion, pronouncement of guilt, opinion, position, stance, declaration of guilt, thought, judgement, sentence, idea, view, belief

Driving Record Claims And Convictions,

How To Define Driving Record Claims And Convictions?

  • The industry studies past driving experiences to determine rewards. You can pay a higher premium if you are involved in an accident for which you have been charged or convicted of a traffic offense.

Literal Meanings of Driving Record Claims And Convictions

Driving:

Meanings of Driving:
  1. (Rain or snow) blown by the wind with great force.

  2. Drive and control the direction and speed of motor vehicles.

  3. Push or pull hard in a certain direction.

  4. Forcing or forcing (animals or people) to move in a certain direction.

  5. (A fact or feeling) that forces (a person) to act in a certain way, especially one that is considered undesirable or inappropriate.

Sentences of Driving
  1. Get in the car and go

  2. The wind will bring you to earth.

  3. They ride on a flock of sheep in the middle of the city.

  4. I am driven by desires.

Synonyms of Driving

travel by car, precipitate, urge, motor, move, bowl along, coerce, steer, impel, round-up, oblige, prompt, guide, get going, navigate, herd, handle, tool along, travel on wheels, spur

Record:

Meanings of Record:
  1. Something that is evidence of the past, especially in writing or in some other permanent form.

  2. A collection of past deeds or accomplishments of a person, organization or thing.

  3. The best deed or event of its kind.

  4. A thin plastic disc that carries recorded sound at every level into the ducts for playback on the turntable.

  5. Recorded in written or other permanent form for future reference.

  6. Permanent change (sound or performance) for later playback or transmission.

Sentences of Record
  1. It is important to keep a written record.

  2. They were asked to keep a diary and write down everything they ate or drank.

  3. They record guitar nights.

Synonyms of Record

minutes, deed(s), personal best, register, account(s), transcribe, put on disc/tape, curriculum vitae, single, document(s), compact disc, list, diarize, world record, instrument(s), memoir, dossier(s), file(s), act(s), muniment(s), case study, reputation, certificate(s), annal(s), 78

Claims:

Meanings of Claims:
  1. An allegation or claim that something happened, usually no evidence or proof is provided.

  2. Officially ask or demand that someone wins (something) or wins.

  3. Harm (someone)

  4. A request or request for something that is considered due.

Sentences of Claims
  1. The prime minister said he was worried about third world debt.

  2. Followed alleged CIA contacts.

Synonyms of Claims

demand, move, asseverate, submit, case, submission, argue, call, allege, pretend to, avouch, cause/result in the loss of, petition, contend, contention, make out, allegation, pretence, asseveration

And:

Meanings of And:
  1. It is used to combine words from a speech, a clause, or a single part of a sentence that needs to be put together.

  2. Used to introduce additional comments or interventions.

  3. Used to express intention instead of "to" after some verb and before another verb.

  4. A boolean operator that returns one and only if all operations are the same and otherwise zero.

  5. (Noun form) Nominating someone or something that is treated in a certain way.

  6. Andorra (International Vehicle Registration)

Sentences of And
  1. If he had to make a decision, and it was the worst, he would turn away from his parents.

  2. I will try what he said.

  3. Analyze

Synonyms of And

furthermore, moreover, what's more, plus

Convictions:

Meanings of Convictions:
  1. A formal determination by a jury trial or court judge that a person is guilty of a crime.

  2. Strong belief or opinion.

Sentences of Convictions
  1. He is proud to reaffirm his political beliefs.

Synonyms of Convictions

dogma, (article of) faith, creed, credo, tenet