Vehicles carrying two or more people. The number that constitutes an HOV for the purposes of HOV highway lanes may be designated differently by different transportation agencies.
A type of transportation vehicle that carries several passengers at one time. Typical examples include rail transit, bus transit, vanpools, and carpools.
Passenger vehicles or mass transit buses carrying one or more passengers (excluding the driver).
Said of lanes or ramps reserved for vehicles with more than one passenger: car pools, van pools, buses, etc. We don't exhaustively cover HOV facilities here, other than to note that separate HOV ramps can lead to very intricate interchanges.
Vehicles having more than one occupant. Examples include carpools, vanpools, buses, and mini-buses. Transportation systems may encourage HOV use by having designated HOV lanes.
a car, van or any other vehicle with two or more people in it
Vehicles that can carry two or more persons. Examples of high occupancy vehicles are a bus, vanpool and carpool. These vehicles sometimes have exclusive traffic lanes called "HOV lanes," "busways," "transitways" or "commuter lanes."
(HOV) — Vehicles that can carry more than two persons. Examples of high occupancy vehicles are a bus, vanpool and carpool. (Sacramento Regional Transit District)
A passenger vehicle that carries two or more persons (i.e. bus, carpool, vanpool).
Passenger vehicle with more than a regulatory minimum of occupants, including the driver.
A vehicle with at least two riders, such as a bus, a taxi, a carpool or a vanpool. Also see: carpooling.