Definition of drive-on in English:

drive-on

Line breaks: drive-on
(also drive-on/drive-off)

adjective

Denoting a ferry or train on to and from which motor vehicles may be driven.
More example sentences
  • After the war, new "drive on" ferry terminals were built in Dover and Calais.
  • Also, the waterfront is designed to appeal to the walk-on ferry rider, not the drive-on ferry rider.

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