General_Ricardo   Wednesday, July 07, 2004, 06:17 GMT
"Are you driving?" ~ "Do you have a car?". right?
mjd   Wednesday, July 07, 2004, 07:37 GMT
"Are you driving?" is usually the question asked before two or more people get into a car.


JOHN: "Are you driving?"
MARY: "I don't care. You can drive if you want."
JOHN: "Okay."
CG   Wednesday, July 07, 2004, 14:43 GMT
"Do you drive?" might in some contexts mean the same as "Do you have a car?" but "Are you driving?" would usually be met with "What, right now?"
Jim   Friday, July 09, 2004, 07:10 GMT
Suppose someone had got done for drink driving and you didn't know whether they'd got their licence back yet or whether they were just driving without one anyway, you might then ask "Are you driving?" not meaning actually driving at that very moment.