Driving Related Quotes



“It is only a matter of time until consumers have self-driving cars.”

Sebastian Thrun

#Driving #Self #Time


“I enjoy driving the cars and I like the Ford family. Ford was one of the bigger influences of why I stayed at Roush. I wanted to keep driving a Ford because I like the Fords.”

Greg Biffle

#Driving #Family


“No, I'm not frustrated, ... I'm very determined. I'm driving hard, and I'm determined. I'm not in much of a Mr. Nice Guy mood. I just want to get the wins and the finishes knocked for my team, my sponsors and my partners and get it right. It's getting ridiculous right now.”

Rusty Wallace

#Driving


“What's driving this is the significant increase in fraud losses that we have seen across the credit union marketplace over the last 18 months.”

Chris Ryan

#Across #Credit #Driving #Fraud #Increase #Losses #Marketplace #Seen #Significant #Union


“I grew up on a farm so I thought driving a fire truck would be like handling a grain truck. But the first time I was behind the wheel of a fire truck, I was awestruck by the responsibility. Sure you can run a stoplight, but you have to make sure the intersection is clear before you do. That's when I realized each level you reach in the fire department brings on new responsibility. And there are more people under your wing.”

Andy Adair

#Driving #Fire #Thought


“I take a lot of pride in getting big hits and driving in big runs.”

Carlos Delgado

#Driving #Pride


“If there's something he's proudest of, it was that center. That became the driving force in his life.”

Stan Perkins

#Driving #Force #Life


“The key is driving the ball. If I can drive the ball straight, I give myself a lot of chances for birdies. Looks like I'm beginning to putt again the way I want to. I worked very hard on (it) and it's coming around.”

Vijay Singh

#Driving


“It wasn't that long ago I was a young man with a hot, fast car driving around fast too, but this is ridiculously fast. This is NASCAR on the Eisenhower.”

Spike O'dell

#Driving #Man


“We are aggressively driving the transformation to an entire new generation of multi-core servers. As the most widely-deployed 64bit platform in the industry, Xeon is the clear server and workstation workhorse for business. And as we support the transition to multi-core enterprise computing, Intel is already sampling next-generation processors and platforms that will consume orders of magnitude less power and incorporate new platform technologies that deliver leadership manageability, virtualization and I/O efficiency.”

Diane Bryant

#Driving