"They are all drivers."
"Kulam nahagim", not to be confused with "nehegim" which is the verb. The pronounciation of נהגות I could not find on forvo. And pealim gives a completely different definition:
Well, the verb נֶהֱגָה to be pronounced, derived from the root הגה, has the present הֵם נֶהֱגִים they are being pronounced, but the verb נָהַג to drive, derived from the root נהג, has the present הֵם נוֹהֲגִים they drive. Drivers are indeed נַהָגִים or more old-fashioned as I say it נֶהָגִים, their feminine form is formed accordingly. So נַהָגִים drivers and נֶהֱגִים being pronounced look the same without niqqud, but are no homphones and are not related etymologically at all.