from the back of a car

04:36 May 14, 2018
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English to English translations [PRO]
Marketing - Medical: Pharmaceuticals
English term or phrase: from the back of a car
Context:
‎“Hawking” genuine product illegally from the back of a car would also be a good example of this type of illicit trade. ‎

The main idea is very clear, however am not sure if "the back of a car" is an idiomatic phrase" or an "Explicit statement" which literally means the "Trunk" as called in the US?

TIA
Fathy Shehatto
Egypt
Local time: 18:54


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4tailgating..
airmailrpl


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tailgating..


Explanation:
“Hawking” genuine product illegally from the back of a car => tailgating..

craven-farm | Tailgate Seller Info and Reg
www.cravenfarm.com/tailgate-seller-info-and-reg
Park your vehicle in the space and start selling your wares. (One vehicle may be parked in your space. Additional vehicles must be parked along the fence line ...

Application to Sell at the Swain Tailgate Farmers Market
https://cefs.ncsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/swainfmvendorapp.pd...
I acknowledge that I have been provided with a copy of the policies governing the operation of the market and that I will abide by these policies.

airmailrpl
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