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roadworthy

1. (of a motor vehicle) mechanically sound; fit for use on the roads
2. South African a certificate of roadworthiness for a motor vehicle
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Records said the informant notified the police that a 23-year-old Pakistani tow-truck driver had constantly cooperated with the ex-supervisor by bringing him cars that had failed roadworthiness tests to be retested and issued a passing certificate against bribes.
At present, 16 member states have mandatory roadworthiness checks for motorcycles and mopeds, at variable frequencies (every year in Austria, 5-2-2 system in Spain).
He added: "Member states have already agreed that they do not want to introduce roadworthiness testing for caravans.
One of the other major contributors to the high rate of accidents was the roadworthiness of vehicles, and in particular, the poor condition of tyres.
The sessions will enable participants to be able to fix common faults on bikes, test a bike for roadworthiness, disassemble and re-assemble parts and use tools and equipment.
As a result of serious defects, VOSA officers issued two immediate roadworthiness prohibition notices.
The most common violations are flat discs, worn tires, expired driving licenses, no annual roadworthiness test, cracked windshield, broken mirrors, lack of obligatory route schedules.
In addition they will set up a commercial vehicle Testing Centre for roadworthiness based on European Standards and provision of full dealer network.
Ian Fraser, chief executive of Kwik-Fit, said: "The MoT is a test of a car's roadworthiness - after the car's third birthday, it needs to be MoT tested every year.
This gesture aimed to strengthen cooperation with the directorate, to ensure roadworthiness of their cars and enhance safety standards.
THE RETAIL Motor Industry Federation (RMI) has warned a strengthening of European Union (EU) minimum roadworthiness test standards could widen tests carried out under the UK's MOT.
HAS the person at Coventry City Council responsible for roadworthiness been living abroad for the past couple of years?