Driving aid

The clue "Driving aid" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on February 22 2019.

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"Driving aid" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Penny Dell - Hard August 13 2019 ATLAS
New York Times July 12 2019 TEE
LA Times May 19 2019 TEE
Wall Street Journal February 22 2019 TEE

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Wall Street Journal Clues February 22, 2019

Sam Rockwell's role in "Vice"
Home to more than 4 billion
Scott Turow's first book
Abbot's underling
*School writing assignment
Parts of hearts
Targets of Babinski reflex tests
Longbow wood
Gene variants
Second Super Bowl won by the Dolphins
Incision reminder
Sou'wester material
Dunking Duncan
Umbrella part
Commuting hassles
Demanding star
Gaelic tongue
Member of a fez-wearing fraternity
*Number in a Jules Verne title
Hanoi soup
Toast opener
"I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues" speaker
Information desk sign
Apple Store buy
Day divider
Bases for flyers
Conrad who walked on the moon
Face an ace
Press into service
Polite address
Runner in a wheel
Devil in a mask, e.g.
Lets off the hook?
"Good gracious!"
Canon EOS, e.g.
Spring setting
1980s co-star of George Peppard and Dirk Benedict
TV network, e.g.
Cable car
Sci-fi writer Frederik
1961 Charlton Heston epic
Vitriolic posting
Running shoe brand
Lofgren of the E Street Band
Culinary creation
"Hagar the Horrible" cartoonist Browne
Hurt responses
Skater Rodnina
"Separate Tables" Oscar winner
It can be heard on the streets
Give the boot to
Neutral colour
Professional storyteller
Driving aid
Minority report
Tom's mate
"Carmen Saeculare" poet
Felt awful about
Yonder items
Author's canon
Recurring melody
Architect's creation
Marks a box
Slight downturn
Neither follower
Loving sound
Final piece