wrap (one's) car around (something)

wrap (one's) car around (something)

To smash one's car into something tall and narrow, such as a lamppost or tree, from the side, especially such that the car literally folds around or envelops it to some degree. He used to love taking his car for late-night cruises around the city, until he dozed off one evening and wrapped his car around a lamppost. She hasn't been allowed to drive ever since she wrapped her car around the telephone pole outside her house.
See also: around, car, wrap

wrap one's car around something

to drive one's car into something at fairly high speed. She wrapped her car around a light pole. If he hadn't wrapped his car around a tree, he'd be here with us tonight.
See also: around, car, wrap

wrap one’s car around something

tv. to drive one’s car into something at fairly high speed. She wrapped her car around a light pole.
See also: around, car, something, wrap