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Adj.1.three-wheel - of or relating to vehicles having three wheels; "a three-wheel bike"
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After a breakfast, which was an exact replica of the meal of the preceding day and an index of practically every meal which followed while I was with the green men of Mars, Sola escorted me to the plaza, where I found the entire community engaged in watching or helping at the harnessing of huge mastodonian animals to great three-wheeled chariots.
Previously, three-wheel motor scooters were limited to a carrying capacity of 80 kg according to the regulations.
Earlier, the minister inaugurated the marketing of CNG-run three-wheel auto-rickshaws.
With dual entry and exit, a lower step height, a larger entry opening and a larger operator compartment, the Model 4460 three-wheel sit-down counterbalanced truck gives operators increased foot, leg and headroom for improved ergonomics.
The three-wheel FBXT and four-wheel FBX counterbalanced electric forklifts are Nexen's latest additions to its range and offer lifting capacities from 1,600 to 2,000kg.
As for the three-wheel vehicles, Abdel Reheem said that they manufactured about 50 vehicles only to date, adding that demand is low.
Although it is expensive and relatively complex, there are real benefits to the three-wheel longer wheelbase and wider track configuration.
Toyota is to try a public vehicle-sharing scheme with its three-wheel i-Road and four-wheel COMS electric cars in the French city of Grenoble.
ABUSINESSMAN has launched a bid to revive the production of a century-old three-wheel vehicle in the rural countryside of Northumberland.
According to its makers Epic EV, the TORQ Roadster is the world's fastest three-wheel electric vehicle and can generate more G-force in a corner than a Ferrari.
From the TLE808x range of devices, the controller targets the small displacement engines powering motorcycles, scooters and three-wheel vehicles--not to mention the occasional lawn mower, tractor or snowmobile.
An Australian industrial design firm, Design+Industry, recently gave shape to what a client hopes could be the next big thing in automobiles: a three-wheel, high-performance vehicle.