dual-control


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dual-control

adj
(Automotive Engineering) having dual controls
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Bluetooth and wireless connectivity also provide single- or dual-control of Power-Pole installations, as well as tablet view and control of fishfinder/chartplotter applications.
Quibbles: Sure, it's not pocket money cheap, but how much is a driving lesson in a dual-control Corsa these days?
Prior Information Notice: dual-control aircraft l-159 t2.
EDSVIK Dual-control kitchen mixer tap, chrome-plated, PS50, Ikea
Yes, folks, as I edge closer to my driving licence, my good friends at Arnold Clark have kindly offered the use of a dual-control car for a few days.
The show is open to all members of the public and is a chance for novices to try flying a dual-control aircraft.
The squadron's 37 Super Hornets include 11 single-seat E models and 26 two-seat F models, 8 of which are dual-control flight trainers.
They feature a digital signal processing (DSP) microcomputer for machine control and position measurement, and offer dual-control capability (manual or computer).
When well-reasoned dual-control procedures are prescribed and practiced, theft by people in positions of trust becomes a more difficult proposition.
Professionals will accompany unqualified drivers while on test drives to make sure they stay safe, using dual-control cars.
Under the watchful guidance of a BSM instructor in a dual-control car, I was able to whizz around the track and test out my manoeuvring skills.
At only pounds 9 per hour, she hired a dual-control car and had an additional lesson with her mum, therefore only costing pounds 33 per week as opposed to pounds 48 for two lessons.