A fencing tool consisting of a metal tube closed at one end, with four rails running the length of it used as handles. The drive-all is put over a fence stake so that the closed end rests on the top of the stake. Two operators then raise and let fall the drive-all to drive the (pointed) stake into the ground.

This definition is abridged from A – Z of tree terms: A companion to British arboriculture.
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