testing station

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testing station

n
(Automotive Engineering) NZ an establishment licensed to issue warrants of fitness for motor vehicles
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An examiner and a clerk from Viking testing station were arrested on allegations that they had fraudulently certified an Opel Corsa bakkie to be roadworthy whereas the vehicle was never presented for a roadworthy test and was not in a roadworthy condition to be certified as such.
Association asked transporters to visit the authorized testing laboratories including Friends Engineering and Testing Stations, GT Road Gujranwala and Muzaffargarh road Multan, Aurkasi CNG Services and Cylinder Testing Station, Daewoo Road, Faisalabad; Saye Cylinder Testing Station, IJP road, Rawalpindi; Pervaiz Khattak and Co, Cylinder Testing Station, GT Road Nowshera and Kohat; MA Trading and Engineering Cylinder Testing Station, GT Road, Gujrat; National Industries, Cylinder Testing Station, Industrial Hattar Road, Haripur; URS Inspection.
We have recently catalogued the papers of Denis Rock Carling, superintendent of the Rugby Locomotive Testing Station (LTS) during the period of its steam operations.
"I am passionate about providing a great service for the local community and building the testing station has been a long held ambition.
The event, at IBERS, Gogerddan, on Wednesday, June 19, 1pm, includes a visit to HCC's Welsh Black bull testing station.
When turbines are being serviced on the testing station at the Italian firm, they are powered up to an astonishing 70,000 revolutions per minute.
The mobile testing station will be in Coton Road, Nuneaton, on April 23, Regent Place, Rugby, on April 24, Court Street, Leamington, on April 30, and Arden Street, Stratford, on May 10.
9 at the National Reactor Testing Station near Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Ten bull calves, picked from herds across Wales, have been undergoing close scrutiny at an IBERS testing station at Plas Gogerddan, Aberystwyth - the UK's only independent bull evaluation facility.
In 1998, Cussins submitted an application to develop the brownfield site of the former testing station. That was successful but the greenfield area was left.
Llanishen councillor Bob Smith said: "Why can't the drivers use any VOSA testing station, where they are unlikely to get charged for a re-test or have to pay the Cardiff Bus higher fees."
He hopes this will strengthen the case for the UK's first offshore theory testing station to be located in Bahrain.