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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LAND Rover has been thanked for providing off-road vehicles to the ambulance service to help them reach emergency cases in the snow.
The fledgling company, set up in 2003 and the recipient of pounds 500,000 of venture capitalist funding, expects to significantly increase turnover as a result of tougher emissions tests for off-road vehicles in the US and Europe.
Several injection and blow molded fuel tanks are being evaluated for small off-road vehicles, lawnmowers, and snowmobiles.
Many complaints are of off-road vehicles driving recklessly on the dirt roads used by the residents.
on March 1 announced the company is targeting Central, South America and the Caribbean to sell its amphibious off-road vehicles.
In fact, off-road vehicles are being bought by drivers who need them the least, according to survey carried out by AA Personal Loans.
State law describes three categories of off-road vehicles.
The parts will be used in off-road vehicles, forklifts, backhoes, frying pans and sink faucets.
It's aimed at those who use their off-road vehicles as they were intended.
According to IdaTech, the program is designed to identify and recommend fuel cell designs to overcome environmental conditions faced by such off-road vehicles as turf and grounds maintenance vehicles, and construction and farm equipment.
Alcryn MPR 2300 series materials are said to bond well to PVC and provide good tensile and tear strength, according to the company, which plans to target Alcryn MPR 2300 to markets where oil resistance and durability are important, such as automotive, marine, trucking, off-road vehicles, and wire and cable.
While many refuge managers encourage human recreation on the lands they oversee, the presence of lots of people (not to mention off-road vehicles, powerboats, horseback riding, hunting and fishing) can take its toll on wildlife populations.