technical inspection


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technical inspection

[′tek·nə·kəl in′spek·shən]
(engineering)
Inspection of equipment to determine whether it is serviceable for continued use or needs repairs.
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'Yesterday, till the closing of the technical inspection session, they completed seven out of 11 tests.
Introduction of the technical inspection of vehicles is proposed to be one of the possible ways to reduce the air pollution in Bishkek.
The government instructed the Ministry of Internal Affairs to review the amount of fees charged for compulsory technical inspection, including introduction of differentiated rates for legal entities and individuals, taking into account the vehicle category by January 15, 2018.
Commenting on the launch, Al Dhaheri, said: "The response to our initiative to open new vehicle technical inspection centers.
Moody is a global provider of technical inspection, technical staffing, consulting and training services to the oil and gas, construction, mining and power generation industries and provides various certification services to all sectors.
He said owners of more than 300 food outlets had applied for licence in July which were processed, analysed and later recommended for licensing after technical inspection carried out by food safety officers in the field.
To recall, the European Parliament's plenary session went against the wishes of its Committee on Transport (TRAN) and decided, in July, to submit motorbikes to a mandatory technical inspection in the EU, a requirement which only exists in 17 member states.
The Commission wanted cars and small trucks that have more than 160,000 kms on the clock on the date of the first technical inspection (after four years) to go directly to an annual inspection after that (instead of a second inspection after two years).

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