unroadworthy

unroadworthy

(ʌnˈrəʊdˌwɜːðɪ)
adj
(Automotive Engineering) not mechanically sound or suitable for use on the road
Translations

unroadworthy

[ˈʌnˈrəʊdˌwɜːðɪ] ADJno apto para circular

unroadworthy

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This as they said was in efforts to ensure unroadworthy vehicles stay off the roads in new measures to curb accidents.
A new regime of safety inspections to weed out unroadworthy trucks will be expanded, with the State Government calling for business proposals to run stage two of the scheme.
Traffic police and the National Transport and Safety Authority must step up surveillance and crack down on reckless driving, speeding and unroadworthy vehicles.
Police said the Ferrari 458 Spider was crushed because it had no insurance and was unroadworthy.
Warwickshire County Councillor John Horner (Con, Aston Cantlow) portfolio holder for community safety said: "Unscrupulous car dealers who sell unroadworthy and dangerous cars to Warwickshire consumers are putting at risk the lives of all road users.
TWO brothers who ran a second-hand car dealership selling unroadworthy vehicles were back in the dock to appeal an order banning them from any involvement in the motor trade.
AN uninsured drink-driver who killed three of his four passengers by smashing an unroadworthy hatchback into a tree and a wall has been jailed for nine years.
Last month, their van became unroadworthy and volunteers were forced to use their own cars to keep doing their work.
A ROGUE Midland car dealer has been fined thousands of pounds and told to pay his victim compensation after selling her a vehicle that was so dangerous it was declared unroadworthy.
Acting Sergeant Jason Coverdale said: "We stopped drivers using uninsured vehicles on our roads and found vehicles in a dangerous and unroadworthy condition.
ALMOST three quarters of stretch limos could be unroadworthy or illegally run, according to statistics uncovered by Auto Express.
Wyper pled guilty at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court to selling a car in unroadworthy condition, posing "danger to any person".