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road·wor·thy

 (rōd′wûr′thē)
adj. road·wor·thi·er, road·wor·thi·est
Fit to be driven on the open road: a roadworthy truck.

roadworthy

(ˈrəʊdˌwɜːðɪ)
adj
(Automotive Engineering) (of a motor vehicle) mechanically sound; fit for use on the roads
n, pl -ies
(Automotive Engineering) South African a certificate of roadworthiness for a motor vehicle
ˈroadˌworthiness n
Translations
صالِح للسَّيْر على الطَّريق
schopný jízdy
vejsikker
közlekedésre alkalmas
ökufær
schopný jazdy
yola dayanıklı

roadworthy

[ˈrəʊdˌwɜːðɪ] ADJ [car etc] → en buen estado (para circular)

roadworthy

[ˈrəʊdwɜːrði] adjen bon état de marche

roadworthy

[ˈrəʊdˌwɜːðɪ] adj (vehicle) → in buono stato di marcia

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.
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I called the AA and the mechanic advised me to take it back to the garage as it was dangerous and not roadworthy.
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Fifty of the original bicycles have been refurbished and made roadworthy and donated for use in Morocco via the International Lions Club and the Association Mediterranee de Developpement et de Formation.
The program, M6 called Death Of Diana: The Incredible Revelation, claimed that just two months before Princess Diana's death on August 31, 1997, there was reportedly a warning that the car was not roadworthy.
A wetsuit and roadworthy cycle and helmet are mandatory to take part.
Said to be a first in the UAE, the latest feature offered by RSA Insurance guarantees "generous" cover that can range between Dh300 and Dh500 in the event that a customer's vehicle is no longer roadworthy and a taxi is required to reach the destination.
It is the drivers' responsibility to ensure that their vehicle is in a safe and roadworthy condition before going out on the roads.
If you left the vehicle and expected to get it back in a roadworthy condition, then yes.
Could I ask, if a cyclist accidently hits one of these 'humps', and is thrown into the path of a fully insured, roadworthy vehicle, doing the legal speed limit, sustaining serious injuries, or even death, who will be at fault?
Lt Colonel Mohammed Salem Al Shehhi, Chief of the Traffic Control Section at the Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrols Directorate, said: "Vehicles with expired registrations become liable to defects as they get older with no maintenance carried out to keep them roadworthy, hence they pose a tremendous risk to other road users.