Recently, questions have been asked questions about how, for instance, the past tense can be used to express a future event, or the simple present can be used to express a continuous action or, lastly, the future tense can be used in reference to the present time.
After reading these questions I began to think about, not complicated things, but when we can use the present tense to express the present tense.
So: as everybody knows, the present tense of the verb drive is drive; but, for instance:
in "I used to drive to work but now I don't" the present tense drive is clearly used in a past sense;
in "I will drive you to work tomorrow" the present tense drive is clearly used in a future sense;
in "I would drive if I could afford to" the present tense drive is clearly used in a conditional sense;
Since I'm not able to think of another sentence in which the present tense drive is used in a present sense - i.e., now, neither before nor after - and I also know that "I drive the car now" is ungrammatical, can anybody suggest one?