articulated vehicle


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articulated vehicle

n
(Automotive Engineering) a large vehicle (esp a lorry) made in two separate sections, a tractor and a trailer, connected by a pivoted bar
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Akinbiyi advised articulated vehicle drivers to desist from parking close to the highways.
They added: "Night two at the Port of Holyhead, UK Border Force found and seized 15,000 euros under their customs and excise powers in an articulated vehicle.
The articulated vehicle got stuck on Amiens Street in Dublin city centre.
RTA has consistently expanded its training modules, recently introducing articulated vehicle training for Heavy Motor Vehicle (HMV) learner drivers.
A 36-year-old man was jailed for three months in Larnaca on Tuesday for driving an articulated vehicle while drunk and causing a collision, among other offences.
Ace driver Phil Cowie inched his 38-tonne 40ft long articulated vehicle through narrow schoolgates to show Wirral youngsters the size of the problem.
The articulated vehicle rolled over on the Swan House roundabout on the A68 near Darlington.
Photographs show the articulated vehicle tilted in the middle of the road as the wheel was submerged on Howard Drive.
The firm is charged with exceeding the maximum permitted weight of an articulated vehicle, using a goods vehicle without a test certificate, permitting the driving of a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence and using a goods vehicle without an operators licence.
Under variable operating conditions, such as forward velocity and trailer payload, the behaviors of articulated vehicle systems may change.
Further more, the forces between the front and rear part of the articulated vehicle could damage the articulated joint body in the process of vehicle steering.