motorist (def 1).
Historical Examples

Why is an autoist whose machine has been completely wrecked like a reformed autoist?
The Handbook of Conundrums Edith B. Ordway

I think the newspaper reporters did more harm than the autoist.
Tom Slade’s Double Dare Percy Keese Fitzhugh

For a dog under an autos wheels is a dangerous proposition, not only for the dog but for the autoist as well.
Baseball Joe in the Central League Lester Chadwick

The autoist emptied his cigar-case into his hand and offered the cigars to Farr, who had just tugged on his coat.
The Landloper Holman Day

“I’ll wager fifty dollars I can beat you bad on this three-mile stretch,” went on the autoist.
Tom Swift and his Electric Runabout Victor Appleton


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