turning circle


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turning circle

n
(Automotive Engineering) the smallest circle in which a vehicle can turn
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turning circle

turning radius (Am) ndiametro di sterzata
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Q Parking space is limited around our offices, so everyone uses the turning circle in the road as a car park.
Turning circle is of importance and tenderers shall indicate at the time of tender, the turning circle for their vehicle as tendered.
Technical details are the same for the hardtop model, which means the car is slightly larger than the old cabriolet but still with a record-breakingly tight turning circle.
The house is at the end of a long paved drive with plenty of room for parking, a turning circle and a car port.
This means more space for passengers and a tiny turning circle, which makes it easy to get in and out of tight spaces.
Transport for London regulations will be adhered to as the taxi has a 25-foot turning circle.
It features a low turning circle, Z cam self adjusting brakes, tougher off-highway pattern tyres and a higher ground clearance.
The system can automate the control of the rear independent brake control to reduce the tractor's turning circle by as much as 50 percent over the standard T7 for field operations.
My neighbours already leave their stinking rubbish outside my house as it is, owing to the turning circle at the bottom of the grove, and now I'm expected to have 30 wheelie bins stuck there instead?
Pillared wrought iron electric gates open to a sweeping drive with turning circle and double garage.
5-litre engine, high levels of safety equipment, including dual airbags, and has also been specifically engineered to provide the driver with nimble handling and a best-in-class turning circle, ideal for city driving.
For the handyman flitting around the suburbs and commercial complexes the Nissan is near ideal with its raised seating position, tight turning circle, light steering and sensible access.