turning circle


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turning circle

n
(Automotive Engineering) the smallest circle in which a vehicle can turn
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turning circle

turning radius (Am) ndiametro di sterzata
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Dredging of the entrance channel and turning circle of the paldiski south harbor aquatory shall be carried out in accordance with the technical specifications (annex 2 to the procurement documents).
Glenbanchor Estate applied to the Cairngorms National Park Authority to repair the track using local materials, and also to create a turning circle using plastic matting.
So, a neighbour and I take turns cutting the grass on a turning circle and play park.
The vehicle has a standard power steering fitment and a low turning circle radius of 4.75m.
The plane's captain, aged 41 and with 4,190 hours of flying experience, told investigators he lined the aircraft up in the wrong position because he did not follow the green turning circle taxiway lights.
The aim is to turn the vehicle into a low-emission taxi, including improving its turning circle and enabling side door wheelchair access.
Outside there is secure iron gates, a block paved driveway leading to a garage with turning circle, attractive gardens and a five-tiered water feature.
The 3CX Compact, which is 1.9 metres wide, 2.4 metres high and has a turning circle of 5.8 metres, was devised in response to customer demand.
Technical details are the same for the hardtop model, which means the car is slightly larger than the old cabriolet but still with a record-breakingly tight turning circle.
The house is at the end of a long paved drive with plenty of room for parking, a turning circle and a car port.
With no engine to worry about, you can oer a genuinely tiny 8.65m turning circle.