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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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Under the measure, the mandatory roadworthy driving seminar is referred to as a specialized seminar that will educate all drivers about road safety and traffic laws and regulations.
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The only legal obligation on the seller is that the car must match the description, be roadworthy and they must have the legal right to sell it to you.
"As part of our commitment to providing comprehensive coverage for our customers, we offer generous limits on our taxi fare cover [which can vary] depending on the policy payable in the event of an accident covered under the policy which makes the insured vehicle not roadworthy," said A.K.
He added: "Motorists will be given a month to renew the vehicle's registration card, make sure it is roadworthy, and that it doesn't pose a risk to the driver or other road users."
We hope that this partnership will help educate and motivate motorists to ensure their vision is roadworthy. It will also keep people up-to-date with what any proposed changes in legislation will mean for them."
During the raid at Seaforth Docks, on September 29, seven drivers, almost half of those inspected, were given banning notices, stopping them from using their trucks until they were made roadworthy.
The appropriately titled "Royal Caravan", from 1955, is still roadworthy and functional, apart from the hotplate.
But there is always hope, and his sole runner at Ayr, Roadworthy, won in fine style in the last race of the day, a tricky Class 5 handicap hurdle race with 15 runners.
The partners have made sure their bikes are safe and roadworthy by having them thoroughly checked by expert cycle mechanic Martin Higgins at The Bike Shed in Canton, Cardiff.
But it is feared that many 'death-trap' cars are still being turned out onto the roads even though they have a certificate proving they are roadworthy.