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motor vehicle

a road vehicle driven by a motor or engine, esp an internal-combustion engine

motor vehicle

[′mōd·ər ′vē·ə·kəl]
(mechanical engineering)
Any automotive vehicle that does not run on rails, and generally having rubber tires.
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1, Marlboro, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, responsible, decriminalized, $100 fine.
Expanded information regarding motor vehicle theft is available in the following tables:
Houghton (16) offers some guidance in clarifying the scope of the motor vehicle exception as it relates to personal privacy.
Kummer said discussions are now under way with the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators to develop an Internet-based service that would contain all the information of an insurance ID card.
An administrative law judge found that Chrysler had defrauded its customers, and in October 1996, the Division of Motor Vehicles revoked the manufacture's license for forty-five days and suspended the company's activities at 300 dealerships throughout the state.
Ninety-nine percent of those injured in motor vehicle crashes had held a job sometime prior to their injuries versus 87 percent of those injured by firearms.
Steve Owens, Provident Chief Executive, also adds, We have had tremendous success working with Co-op Insurance NZ to build our standard motor vehicle insurance distribution.
The Court disagreed, concluding that the houseboat fit within the motor vehicle exception and that the later viewing of the film and videotapes (i.
Output in manufacturing excluding motor vehicles and parts was up 0.
North Main Street at Brockelman Road, motor vehicle accident, no injuries.
A rebound in the production of motor vehicles at strike-affected General Motors plants and in the production of related parts and materials accounted for about half of the gain.
Burglary was down 6 percent, while larceny-theft and motor vehicle theft each declined 3 percent.

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