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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Inadequate road width and turning circles for B-Double traffic movement which has resulted in increased maintenance requirements and unsafe travelling conditions.
Although the full bus routes would be dependant on that road being built, the developer said services could access the site through the north or south and use temporary turning circles.
Even with a smallish E engine up front, turning circles are often compromised by the amount of under-bonnet real estate the front wheels have to move in.
In a car with a smallish engine up front, turning circles are often compromised by the amount of underbonnet real estate the front wheels have to move in.
I refer to the dual carriage way the full length of the street with turning circles at both ends and, most important centre parking, except Wednesday and Saturdays, market days.
Odenbach trained as an architect, and Turning Circles is in part architectural analysis, an examination of the form designed to memorialize a terrible history.
The famous 25ft turning circle ensures taxis can perform tight turning circles in Coventry's streets, which is used every minute of every day.
Two landaus came up from the Royal Mews to practise the route they will take in June, confirm timings and turning circles - those sort of logistical things.
Roll out deck extensions provided additional working areas, and the smaller models had narrow widths and tight turning circles to provide further flexibility.
The Causeway Police in Louisiana notified the Coast Guard on 22 December 2003 that an unmanned boat was turning circles west of the Causeway Bridge, and reported three people were in the water.