Defective Vehicle definition

Defective Vehicle means any vehicle which does not comply with the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986 (as amended) or which otherwise is unsafe or suffers from any design or manufacturing defect which makes it potentially unsafe;
Defective Vehicle means any Vehicle which does not comply with the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986 or which otherwise is unsafe or suffers from any design or manufacturing defect which makes it potentially unsafe or which otherwise is not movable under its own power; Disbursements means those costs, fees and expenses of or associated with the purchase of a Vehicle by NextGear acting through the agency of an Account Holder as charged by the Supplier as are more particularly described in the Appendix to this Agreement or which NextGear has otherwise agreed to pay; EDI means electronic data interchange, being the transfer of administrative and invoice information between computer systems, using EDI which have been mutually agreed by the parties involved in the transfer.
Defective Vehicle means a Workhorse Vehicle in which the same problem has not been repaired after four (4) attempts, including consultation with Workhorse on the final two (2) attempts, or a vehicle that is out of service for thirty (30) or more consecutive days for repairs within the one (1) year following purchase.

Examples of Defective Vehicle in a sentence

  • But, to protect its profits and to avoid remediation costs and a public relations nightmare, New GM concealed the defects and their tragic consequences and allowed unsuspecting new and used car purchasers to continue to buy the Defective Vehicles and allowed all Defective Vehicle owners to continue driving highly dangerous vehicles.

  • The ignition switch defects present a significant and unreasonable safety risk exposing Defective Vehicle owners, their passengers and others in the vicinity to a risk of serious injury or death.

  • Plaintiff Jermaine Bradford was arrested around midnight on November 20, 2019 for Driving While Under the Influence and Driving a Defective Vehicle (a Traffic Offense), in Yukon, Oklahoma.

  • Also ensure that drivers’ Defective Vehicle Reports are actioned.

  • Indeed, Old GM instructed its service shops to provide Defective Vehicle owners with a new key ring if they complained about unintended shut down, rather than admit what Old GM knew: that the ignition switches were dangerously defective and warranted replacement with a properly designed and built ignition system.

  • Each and every sale or lease of a Defective Vehicle constitutes a contract between9 Defendants and the purchaser or lessee.

  • After the May 15, 2009 meeting, GM told the families of accident victims and Defective Vehicle owners that it did not have sufficient evidence to conclude that there was any defect in the Defective Vehicles.

  • By reason of the matters pleaded in paragraphs 4(h)(ii), there is an implied condition in the contract of supply between any Group Member who acquired a Manufacturer Supplied Defective Vehicle on the one hand, and the Defendant on the other, that any Manufacturer Supplied Defective Vehicles supplied by the Defendant before 1 January 2011 is of merchantable quality within the meaning of section 71(1) of the TPA (Merchantable Quality Implied Condition).

  • As direct and proximate causes of Defendant’s negligent misrepresentations, Plaintiff has been damaged including, but not limited to, the cost of repairs required due to ignition switch problems, the financial loss of owning a Defective Vehicle that is unsafe,suffering severe and crippling bodily injuries, which have caused him to suffer, and continue to suffer, severe physical, mental and emotional pain and suffering, and will continue to incur medical expenses for his care and treatment.

  • Plaintiff paid more for his Defective Vehicle, than he would have had the ignition switch defects been disclosed.

Related to Defective Vehicle

  • base vehicle means any vehicle which is used at the initial stage of a multi-stage type-approval process;

  • Nonconforming lot means a lot that met dimensional requirements of the applicable master program at the time of its establishment but now contains less than the required width, depth or area due to subsequent changes to the master program.

  • Defective Goods means Goods of an inferior quality or which are otherwise inconsistent with this Contract.

  • Articulated vehicle means a vehicle with three or more axles, comprising a power unit (called tractor, prime-mover etc.) and semi-trailer which is superimposed on the power unit and coupled together by means of a kingpin revolving on a turn-table and is an articulated vehicle whether automatically detachable or permanently coupled, but this definition does not apply to 2 axle log loaders.

  • Defective has the meaning set forth in Section 12.1A.

  • Subject Vehicle means the vehicle being tested.

  • Nonconforming use means a use of land that:

  • the vehicle means any private hire vehicle licensed by the Council

  • Nonroad Vehicle means a vehicle that is powered by a Nonroad Engine, fifty horsepower and greater, and that is not a Motor Vehicle or a vehicle used solely for competition, which shall include, but not be limited to, excavators, backhoes, cranes, compressors, generators, bulldozers and similar equipment, except that this term shall not apply to horticultural maintenance vehicles used for landscaping purposes that are powered by a Nonroad Engine of sixty-five horsepower or less and that are not used in any construction program or project.

  • Reconstructed vehicle means every vehicle of a type required to be registered under this title

  • Tank vehicle means a commercial motor vehicle that is designed to transport any liquid or gaseous materials within a tank or tanks having an individual rated capacity of more than one hundred nineteen gallons and an aggregate rated capacity of one thousand gallons or more that is either permanently or temporarily attached to the vehicle or chassis. A commercial motor vehicle transporting an empty storage container tank not designed for transportation with a rated capacity of one thousand gallons or more that is temporarily attached to a flatbed trailer is not considered a tank vehicle.

  • Covered Vehicle means a private passenger vehicle (including mini-vans, pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles) which is registered or rented to You during Your Trip, which is rated ¾ ton in weight or less, not used for racing, dealer services, dealer loaners, taxi, limousine, shuttle, delivery, hauling, towing, road repair service, construction service, snow removal, or as a public livery vehicle, or any other commercial use.

  • Salvage vehicle means any vehicle which is within the last ten (10) model years and which has been damaged by collision or other occurrence to the extent that the cost of repairing the vehicle for safe operation on the highway exceeds sixty percent (60%) of its fair market value, as defined by Section 1111 of this title, immediately prior to the damage. For purposes of this section, actual repair costs shall only include labor and parts for actual damage to the suspension, motor, transmission, frame or unibody and designated structural components;

  • Defective Product shall have the meaning set forth in Section 5.2.

  • Motorized Vehicle means a passenger car, station wagon, van, jeep-type automobile, truck, ambulance or any type of motorized vehicle used by municipal, provincial or federal police forces.

  • Defective Mortgage Loan Any Mortgage Loan which is required to be repurchased pursuant to Section 2.02 or 2.03.

  • Transit vehicle means a bus, rapid transit vehicle, railroad car, street railway car, water vehicle, taxicab, or other type of public transportation vehicle or individual unit, whether operated singly or in a group that provides public transportation.

  • Eligible Vehicle means, on any date of determination, a Group III Vehicle manufactured by an Eligible Manufacturer (determined at the time of the acquisition, financing or refinancing thereof) and satisfying any further eligibility requirements specified by the Rating Agencies or in any Series Supplement for a Group III Series of Notes (other than with respect to the Maximum Non-Program Percentage and the Maximum Manufacturer Percentage), or with respect to which all such eligibility requirements not otherwise satisfied have been duly waived by the Required Beneficiaries in accordance with the terms of the applicable Series Supplement (if such waiver is permitted thereby); provided, however, that in no event may a Group III Vehicle be an Eligible Vehicle after (x) in the case of a Program Vehicle, the expiration of the applicable Maximum Term (unless such Vehicle has been designated as a Non-Program Vehicle pursuant to Section 14 of the Master Lease), or (y) the date which is twenty four (24) months after the date of the original new vehicle dealer invoice for such Vehicle.

  • incomplete vehicle means any vehicle which must undergo at least one further stage of completion in order to meet the relevant technical requirements of this Directive;

  • Exotic Vehicle means antique cars that are over 20 years old or have not been manufactured for 10 or more years or any vehicle with an original manufacturer’s suggested retail price greater than $50,000.

  • Bi-fuel vehicle means a vehicle with two separate fuel storage systems that can run part-time on two different fuels and is designed to run on only one fuel at a time;

  • Abandoned vehicle means any of the following:

  • Junk vehicle means a vehicle of any age that is damaged or defective in any one or combination of any of the following ways that either makes the vehicle immediately inoperable, or would prohibit the vehicle from being operated in a reasonably safe manner upon the public streets and highways under its own power if self-propelled, or while being towed or pushed, if not self-propelled:

  • Nonconforming Goods means only the following: (i) product shipped is different than identified in Buyer's purchase order; or (ii) product's label or packaging incorrectly identifies its contents.

  • Nonconformity or “Nonconformities” means any failure or failures of the Software to conform to the requirements of this Contract, including any applicable Documentation.

  • Light vehicle means a motor vehicle commonly referred to as an automobile, van, sport utility