roadworthiness


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Noun1.roadworthiness - (of motor vehicles) the quality of being fit to drive on the open road
automotive vehicle, motor vehicle - a self-propelled wheeled vehicle that does not run on rails
worthiness - the quality or state of having merit or value
Translations
صَلاحِيَّة السَّيْر على الطَّريق
schopnost jízdy
vejsikkerhed
ökufærni
schopnosť jazdy
yola dayanıklılık

road

(rəud) noun
1. a strip of ground usually with a hard level surface for people, vehicles etc to travel on. This road takes you past the school; (also adjective) road safety.
2. (often abbreviated to Rd when written) used in the names of roads or streets. His address is 24 School Road.
3. a route; the correct road(s) to follow in order to arrive somewhere. We'd better look at the map because I'm not sure of the road.
4. a way that leads to something. the road to peace; He's on the road to ruin.
ˈroadblock noun
a barrier put across a road (eg by the police) in order to stop or slow down traffic. to set up a roadblock.
road map
a map showing the roads of (part of) a country.
ˈroadside noun
the ground beside a road. flowers growing by the roadside; (also adjective) a roadside café.
ˈroadway noun
the part of a road on which cars etc travel. Don't walk on the roadway.
ˈroadworks noun plural
the building or repairing of a road. The traffic was held up by the roadworks.
ˈroadworthy adjective
good enough or safe to be used on the road. Is this car roadworthy?
ˈroadworthiness noun
by road
in a lorry, car etc. We'll send the furniture by road rather than by rail; We came by road.
References in periodicals archive ?
Random checks to confirm the competence of drivers and the roadworthiness of the vehicles are a must.
Cyprus is looking to introduce legislation mandating roadworthiness tests for motorcycles over 125cc starting in 2021 as part of harmonising with a European Union directive, it emerged on Friday.
Failure to pass the roadworthiness test will result in the suspension of the franchises of PUVs.
The LTFRB is ready to implement the public utility vehicles modernization program, phasing out jeepneys that do not pass roadworthiness tests in Region 10.
According to Tim Orbos, the transport undersecretary for roads, the drivers flagged down on Monday should report to the LTO within 24 hours and submit their vehicles to an inspection to determine their roadworthiness.
A Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) supervisor, who tests cars' roadworthiness, has been jailed for six months for taking bribes to pass cars that failed the technical tests.
The Department for Transport (DfT) announced that vehicles first registered more than 40 years ago would not be required to be subjected to a yearly roadworthiness test.
Irish Road Haulage Association president Verona Murphy called for compulsory NCT roadworthiness tractor tests to be urgently introduced and asked why Ireland is the only country in Europe which allows tractors to be used on the motorways.
Nissan recommends that regular servicing and general vehicle maintenance is integral to reliability, roadworthiness and safety of the vehicle, driver and their family.
Reportedly, the new inspection stations in Region Metropolitana will perform about 125,000 roadworthiness and emissions inspections per year at a fee of CLP7,900 per inspection.
Other key sessions will include presentations on Trucks of the Future, understanding the new Guide to Maintaining Roadworthiness, FTA experts will also cover the latest legislation and the impact it will have on operators.