full-time four-wheel drive

full-time four-wheel drive
A condition where all four wheels are always being driven by the drivetrain. It may include the option of part-time (that is, shifting into 2WD for dry pavement) operation, and may or may not have Hi and Lo 4WD speed ranges. The British term is "permanent four-wheel drive."

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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