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No vehicular stand still ever made him late, for work.

or,

No vehicular stand-still ever made him late, for work.

Which may you choose, as proper, and grammatical English grammar?

  • Not sure why you would say "vehicular standstill" instead of "traffic jam". – Catija May 11 '17 at 22:38
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Standstill is a standalone word; hyphenation is irrelevant.

No vehicular standstill ever made him late, for work.

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