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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If the car is a custom-built offroad vehicle, clients do not have to enter the car's model.
Admittedly it's not designed as a heavy duty offroad vehicle but that all-wheel-drive means it has all the grip that most people will ever want unless they really do want to go mud plugging.
If you want to begin understanding how to drive an offroad vehicle, watch the movie and never, ever drive like that.
As well as a large cordon at the scene of the shooting, there were police and forensic officers on nearby Easby Walk examining a burnt-out offroad vehicle under a bright light.
One day later an offroad vehicle loaded with propane was driven into the glass entrance of Glasgow airport.
Russian car manufacturer UAZ also has a 4x4 offroad vehicle named the Patriot.
Available in three models with 30", 36" and 84" throats and under guide capacity from 16" through 72", the GVINE can handle not only passenger tires, but light truck and heavy offroad vehicle tires as well.
And from BMW which it seems can do no wrong at the moment, comes its latest offering - the X3 offroad vehicle, which is basically a smaller version of the hugely successful X5.
She has written lucidly and persuasively about wilderness, national monuments, energy policy, the Land and Water Conservation Fund, offroad vehicle traffic in national parks, and the future of our national forests," said Wilderness Society president William H.
He invited snowmobile and offroad vehicle groups, representatives from Vail Resorts, the Colorado Farm Bureau, and the Colorado Timber Industry Association, and other industry groups, who also happen to give large sums to the congressman's campaign fund.
Perkins, of Cavendish Gardens, and Miss Young were travelling on the offroad vehicle when control of the bike was lost just outside Sandy Bay Caravan Park at North Seaton on Sunday, April 17, just after 2.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service sent two fire engines, an offroad vehicle and an emergency tender loaded with rope rescue equipment to the distressed pet.