off-road vehicle

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off-road vehicle

[′ȯf¦rōd ′vē·ə·kəl]
(mechanical engineering)
A conveyance designed to travel on unpaved roads, trails, beaches, or rough terrain rather than on public roads.
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This growth estimate is according to Integer's new Emissions Control in Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) Markets: 2013 Edition which forecasts non-road vehicle sales, PARC figures, after-treatment options and sales forecasts, AUS32 market forecasts while providing an up-to-date overview of global legislation.
EPA has proposed a new rule regulating the emissions of several types of non-road vehicle engines, including spark-ignition engines with power over 19kW, recreational marine compression ignition engines, and engines used in off-road recreational vehicles.
Applications were accepted for innovation in alternative fuel transportation, including non-road vehicles, such as natural gas-powered trains or marine vessels.
Three years later similarl standards were applied for non-road vehicles, including construction and farm equipment.
is calling on Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson to report on the likely effect that increased supplies of E15 (85 percent gasoline, 15 percent ethanol) would have on supplies of gasoline for non-road vehicles and machines.
KG have announced they are interested in collaborating in the area of exhaust-gas treatment for non-road vehicles.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Office of Management and Budget are collaborating on a rule that would curb pollution from diesel powered non-road vehicles and equipment.
New and continuing air pollution controls, including stricter vehicle tailpipe standards, emission restrictions on non-road vehicles and controls on utility boilers, are anticipated to further reduce emissions in coming years.
Contract award: "supply in lots of 22 pieces new and non-road vehicles under finance leases".
Over 200 key stakeholders from both India and globally will gather to investigate the challenges and opportunities in meeting Bharat Stage IV legislation for on- and non-road vehicles, and evaluate the latest emissions reduction and fuel economy technologies.
Since 1979, up to 10 percent ethanol or E10 has been used for all conventional cars and light trucks, and non-road vehicles.
Army National Automotive Center (NAC) will host the Clean Heavy-duty Vehicles Conference, "the only national conference focused exclusively on advanced technologies and fuels for heavy-duty on- and non-road vehicles," February 25 through 27 at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort in Rancho Mirage, CA.