Definition of Car pool
1. Noun. A small group of car drivers who arrange to take turns driving while the others are passengers.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Car Pool
Literary usage of Car pool
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Railroad Traffic and Rates by Emory Richard Johnson, Grover Gerhardt Huebner (1911)
"Though the Clearing House has not thus far succeeded in forming a car pool, the fact that the pooling idea is being seriously considered by numerous ..."
2. Personal Finance by Robert S. Rosefsky (2002)
"Savings reflect the fact that all the parties in the car pool own and maintain ... car poolING It can pay to be in a car pool; whether you're going to work, ..."
3. War Adjustments in Railroad Regulation by Charles Holloway Crennan (1918)
"The objections to recognizing a box car pool in the past have rested largely on the ... It is true that the force of the objections to a box car pool is ..."
4. Testimony Taken by Interstate Commerce Commission at Minneapolis, Minn by United States Interstate Commerce Commission, Franklin Knight Lane, James Shanklin Harlan (1907)
"Personally my impression would be that Mr. Hill does not favor u car pool, and I was surprised when this statement, to which I have ..."
5. Hearings Before the Committee ...: March 4.--April 10, 1908 on Bills by United States, Congress, House (1908)
"I believe that the best results, looking at it from the railroad standpoint, as I said at that time, would be ultimately accomplished by a car pool, ..."
6. Proceedings and Committee Reports by American Association of Railroad Superintendents (1896)
"I gave a partial outline of the proposed car pool in my article of January, 1893; also read before the Car Accountants' Convention at Old Point Comfort in ..."
7. Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including Proceedings of the by American Bar Association (1921)
"It must not be thought that the freight car pool is without merit. When a serious shortage of cars obtains, the shippers' need is for a car, ..."