Operable definition

Operable means that a vehicle so described can be driven under its own 2.0-liter TDI engine power. A vehicle is not Operable if it had a branded title of “Assembled,” “Dismantled,” “Flood,” “Junk,” “Rebuilt,” “Reconstructed,” or “Salvaged” as of September 18, 2015, and was acquired by any person or entity from a junkyard or salvaged after September 18, 2015.
Operable means capable of safely maneuvering under its own power out of the marina on its engine, from the mooring to another port of call and back to its mooring. In cases where a vessel does not appear to have left its mooring for a long period of time and the question of operability arises, Marina Management may require a demonstration of the vessel’s operability. At least thirty-(30) day’s advance written notice must be given to the vessel’s owner for such a request. In cases where a vessel is found to be inoperable, the owner shall have ninety (90) days to effect repairs. If after ninety (90) days the boat is still inoperable, the mooring will be forfeited to the Port of Everett. An extension of up to an additional ninety- (90) days to complete repairs may be granted if the vessel owner has, in the sole opinion of Marina Management, made substantial progress toward completion of repairs. If the vessel is removed from the water to effect repairs, regular sublease policies will apply. This section is not intended to apply to any brief period of repair common to most vessels. Marina Management may repeat this request to test operability as needed.
Operable means a vehicle that can be driven under its own 2.0-liter TDI engine

Examples of Operable in a sentence

If necessary, an independent 3rd party accessibility firm using POUR standards (Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust) may be used to validate the accessibility of the technology.

Operable windows onto the mall which, create a sense of a sidewalk café are encouraged.

Exit Doors: Operable from inside with single motion without the use of a key or special knowledge or effort.

Operable units, including interim action operable units, should not be in- consistent with nor preclude imple- mentation of the expected final rem- edy.

Operable sections of windows shall not permit openings that allow passage of a 4-inch-diameter (102 mm) sphere where such openings are located within 18 inches (457 mm) of the finished floor.


More Definitions of Operable

Operable means that a vehicle can be driven under its own engine power and is
Operable means a Shared Scooter can be successfully rented, and all physical and electronic systems are able to be used safely.
Operable means capable of safely maneuvering under its own power out of the marina on its engine, from the mooring to another port of call and back to its mooring. In cases where a vessel does not appear to have left its mooring for a long period of time and the question of operability arises, the Harbormaster may require a demonstration of the vessel’s operability by requesting that the tenant take the vessel out on the engine to red marker R- 2 and back. At least fifteen (15) day’s advance written notice must be given to the vessel’s
Operable means that a vehicle can be driven under its own engine power. A Subject Vehicle that has been altered with the use of any after-market emissions-related components, parts, and/or software or the removal of any original emissions-related components, parts, and/or software, if such alteration(s) are likely to substantially affect the operation of the vehicle with the Approved Emission Modification or substantially impede installation of the AEM, shall not be considered Operable unless and until the owner or lessee of such vehicle has reversed the alteration(s) such that the AEM may be installed and not substantially affected. Vehicles that are not Operable may be unable to receive the AEM. The CRC will be the final decision maker on whether a vehicle is Operable, but the initial determination of whether a vehicle is Operable will be made by the Authorized Service Provider that has been asked to install the AEM in the Subject Vehicle. A determination under this Section regarding whether a vehicle is Operable does not constitute any determination by EPA or CARB as to whether the emissions system of the vehicle has been modified.
Operable means the vehicle must have inflated tires, have all major components intact, including windows and windshields and be reasonably clean. No washing vehicles and performing mechanical work thereon is strictly prohibited. Any violation of the foregoing will subject the vehicle to being towed at the expense of the vehicle Manager or operator.
Operable means that they must be able to roll on the track, negotiate a curve, be pulled by something, etc. It doesn 't mean that every door, valve, or other moving feature of the car must work as the prototype does. (However, any operating features that you can include in your car are likely to increase your score.)
Operable means capable of entering and leaving the marina under individual effort, sail or power without outside assistance and shall be demonstrated at the Harbormaster’s request. If inoperable, the member shall demonstrate operability within 45 days.