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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Warwickshire police stopped 21 vehicles and found ten were unroadworthy during spot checks on the A45 at Thurlaston yesterday.
Officers from the road policing unit at Stoney Stanton Road police station have so far stopped 63 motorbikes in an ongoing crackdown on unroadworthy bikes.
The companies are also accused of having unsatisfactory maintenance schedules and unroadworthy vehicles.
The court heard he had "only had a gist" of how to drive the motorbike, which was unroadworthy.
Travellers are again making headlines now, but when council officials, backed by police, went along to waste ground off George Street, Rye Hill, in Newcastle, to evict the three families in September 1973, they found the gypsy caravans were totally unroadworthy.
Irresponsible drivers and unroadworthy cars make terrifying bedfellows.
The RAC Foundation says people who drive without insurance are six times more likely to drive an unroadworthy vehicle, up to nine times more likely to be involved in an accident and more likely to be involved in a hit-and-run collision.
They are nine times more likely to have an accident and also more likely to be driving uninsured, unroadworthy vehicles.
Warwickshire trading standards brought the prosecution after the buyer complained and an independent examiner declared the car dangerous and unroadworthy.
Neither Robert Webber and Christopher Eade, who were in the unroadworthy Ford Sierra Sapphire, have been prosecuted over the death.
Motoring organisations say the police's obsession with cameras has caused drink-driving to increase and the number of tickets issued for bad driving and unroadworthy vehicles has also plummeted.
NEWSREADER Sheena McDonald is ready to sue police if claims are proved that an officer's van which hit her was unroadworthy.