Chassis definition

Chassis means any intermodal chassis owned by the Company or any Restricted Subsidiary consisting of steel frames with rubber tires and employed in the conduct of such Person’s business to transport containers over highways.
Chassis means the part of a ground ambulance vehicle consisting of all base components, including front and rear suspension, exhaust system, brakes, engine, engine hood or cover, transmission, front and rear axles, front fenders, drive train and shaft, fuel system, engine air intake and filter, accelerator pedal, steering wheel, tires, heating and cooling system, battery, and operating controls and instruments.
Chassis shall refer to the portion of a School Bus that includes the frame, wheels, driver seat and machinery (e.g., engine, transmission, driveshaft, differential, and suspension), and is an incomplete School Bus that requires the addition of a Body to perform its intended functions.

Examples of Chassis in a sentence

  • Due to the fact that the securities of SCT Chassis cannot be readily purchased or sold in the open market and because damages to the Company, its subsidiaries and affiliates will be difficult to ascertain and remedies at law to the Company, its subsidiaries and affiliates will be inadequate and for other reasons, the parties will be irreparably damaged in the event that this Agreement is not specifically enforced.

  • SCT Chassis shall not be required to transfer on its books any certificate for Common Stock in violation of the provisions of this Agreement.

  • Subject to the provisions of Sections 2(c) and 4, the Management Investor shall not Transfer the Restricted Shares or any other shares of Common Stock or other shares or capital of SCT Chassis now or hereinafter owned by the Management Investor, other than in accordance with both the provisions of this Section 2 and the federal and state securities laws.

  • The Management Investor further acknowledges that investment in the Restricted Shares involves significant risks and that these risks include, without limitation, the fact that SCT Chassis and its subsidiaries may have a leveraged financial structure.

  • If a Selling Fortress Entity elects (in its sole discretion) to exercise the option described in this Section 2(b)(iii), SCT Chassis (or SCT Chassis’s transfer agent, if any) shall record in SCT Chassis’s books and records the transfer of the number of vested Holder’s Shares subject to the Drag-Along Notice which is not represented by one or more certificates issued by SCT Chassis, from the Holder to the Third Party, on the Third Party Sale Date.


More Definitions of Chassis

Chassis means the complete motor vehicle, including standard factory equipment, exclusive of the body and cab;
Chassis or “Pool Chassis” shall mean Chassis which have been contributed to the Chassis Pool for use in over-the-road transportation of intermodal freight containers pursuant to a (CCM POOL NAME) Master Chassis Contribution Agreement or which have been leased by (CCM POOL NAME) from a chassis lessor.
Chassis or “Pool Chassis” shall mean one or more of the types of chassis for over-the-road transportation of shipping containers listed on Exhibit 1 to this Agreement, as it may be amended from time to time, and which have been contributed to the Chassis Pool.
Chassis means the part of a school bus that consists of all base components, including the frame, front and rear suspen- sion, exhaust system, brakes, engine, engine hood or cover, transmission, front and rear axles, front fenders, drive train and shaft, fuel system, engine air intake and filter, clutch and accelerator pedals, steering wheel, tires, heating and cooling system, battery, and controls and instruments to operate the school bus.
Chassis means a vehicle built spe- cifically for the purpose of trans- porting a container so that when the chassis and container are assembled the unit produced serves the same function as a road trailer.
Chassis means the portion of a Vehicle that includes the frame, wheels, and machinery (e.g., engine, transmission, driveshaft, differential, and suspension), and is an incomplete Vehicle that requires the addition of a Body to perform its intended functions. Chassis includes Chassis cabs, Cutaway Chassis, and any other Chassis- only incomplete Vehicle.
Chassis shall refer to the portion of a Transit Bus that includes the frame, wheels, driver seat and machinery (e.g., engine, transmission, driveshaft, differential, and suspension), and is an incomplete Transit Bus that requires the addition of a Body to perform its intended functions.