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self-drive in Motor vehicles topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-driveˌself-ˈdrive adjective [only before noun] British English  1 TTCa self-drive car is one that you have hired to drive yourself2 a self-drive holiday is one in which you use your own car to visit the holiday area
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self-driveSelf-drive An Enterprise self-drive holiday gives you the freedom and flexibility of your own car.Opt for a self-drive car only if you want to spend the whole day struggling to get off Hong Kong Island.The cheapest deals of all are self-drive holidays.They're self-drive, one to four nights; accommodation ranges from self-catering apartments to top châteaux hotels.A two night self-drive weekend break from their Winter-Inn programme staying at Les Trois Mousquetaires costs £181 per person high season.