Ordinary vehicle definition

Ordinary vehicle means a vehicle which has a normal appearance and does not bear any distinctive signs indicating that it belongs to a cash-in-transit company or that it is used for the purposes of transporting cash.

Examples of Ordinary vehicle in a sentence

  • Ordinary vehicle wheels make ruts in the accessways and you may churn up the surface with your tyres, skid onto somebody else’s plot or get stuck yourself.

  • However, limousines in the 'Ordinary vehicle' category shall be in energy class C or better (at least 14.3 km/l for petrol and 16.1 km/l for diesel vehicles).2) Large vehicles I shall be in energy class B or better (at least 15.4 km/l for petrol and17.3 km/l for diesel vehicles).

  • Ordinary vehicle parking lots are not required to have treatment facilities, except for a "minor gross pollutant trap."In Germany, design of oil-water separators is governed by the DIN Standard 1999, issued by the De utsch e sInstiut für Norm ung in Berlin.

Related to Ordinary vehicle

  • goods vehicle means a motor vehicle constructed or adapted for use for the carriage of goods or burden of any description or a trailer so constructed or adapted;

  • 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.

  • Electric vehicle means a road vehicle that draws propulsion energy only from an on-board source of electrical energy.

  • passenger vehicle means a motor vehicle (other than a motor cycle or invalid carriage) constructed solely for the carriage of passengers and their effects and adapted to carry not more than twelve passengers exclusive of the driver, and not drawing a trailer;

  • 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.

  • Securitization Vehicle shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the definition of “Qualified Institutional Lender.”