However, nor did the MTC document explicitly mention that delivery in company-owned vehicles
was a protected activity.
393.132(c)(5)(i) of the ruling to read: "Vehicles
used to transport flattened or crushed vehicles
must be equipped with a means to prevent liquids from leaking from the bottom of the vehicle
and loose parts from falling from the bottom and all four sides of the vehicle
extending to the full height of the cargo."
"It is not the same vehicle
any more, and the Marines need to experience that before they operate them in Iraq."
The number of armored vehicles
roaming the streets of Brazil has reached 22,000, the third-largest fleet of private armored vehicles
in the world after Colombia and Mexico.
Approximately six million units are projected for 2006, and it is forecasted to remain at or near this level through 2011, as consumers opt for smaller-sized sport utility and light truck vehicles
, which are fitted with the p-metric passenger tires.
The motor vehicle
exception to the Fourth Amendment, first recognized by the Supreme Court in Carroll v.
Nissan has already opened a total of six light commercial vehicle
shops at two dealerships, Kanagawa Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and Nissan Prince Tokyo Sales Co., Ltd., on December 10.
Demonstrating unprecedented prowess in robotics and artificial intelligence, five unmanned, autonomous vehicles
last weekend dashed all the way across a rugged, 210-kilometer stretch of the Mojave Desert.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 11, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION (TMC) announced today that it plans to exhibit seven Toyota-brand concept vehicles
and 16 production vehicles
, as well as display various technologies, at the 39th Tokyo Motor Show.
Such a vehicle
must also be affordable at scale volume, he says.
Third, what is the risk of losing the vehicle
to catastrophic failure if you continue operation?
Currently 133 million Americans live in areas that fail at least one National Ambient Air Quality Standard, and vehicles
produce 25-75% of the chemicals that pollute the air.