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vehicle

(Car), noun automobile, carriage, means of carriage, means of transportation, means to an end, medium of transportation, method of transportation, motor vehicle, transportation

vehicle

(Means), noun access, agency, agent, channel, conduit, contrivance, conveyor, course, device, facilitator, intermediate, means to an end, medium, method, path
See also: expedient, forum, instrument, instrumentality, interagent, intermediary, medium, tool
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For trucks, a plan must include identification of core vehicle assets to support a production schedule.
Though unfinished, Tiffany's vehicle - a Honda ATV fitted with a control-and-guidance system, including a computer brain and a digital camera - will be showcased this week at the California Speedway in Fontana for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
How Magna would supply a low-volume specialty vehicle depends on the vehicle type, the OEM's relationship style, and how many projects are going simultaneously.
170(f)(12) generally limits the donor's tax deduction for donations of used vehicles with a claimed value in excess of $500 to an amount equal to the actual gross proceeds from the sale of the vehicle by the donee organization.
The Supreme Court recognizes the need for law enforcement to search in the face of an emergency (4) or incident to arrest, (5) following the lawful seizure of property to inventory its contents, (6) based on the voluntary consent of a party who has authority over the property, and pursuant to the motor vehicle exception.
modified a stock, diesel-powered Volkswagen Touareg sport utility vehicle with full-body skid plates, a reinforced front bumper, and a drive-by-wire system.
The Advanced Technology Zone will feature an easy-to-understand presentation of Honda's unique SH-AWD (Super Handling All-Wheel-Drive) System for the Legend, including video and an actual vehicle display.
To try to convince them to stop polluting, they will be offered $500 for repairs or $1,000 to take the vehicle to a junk yard.
For starters, fuel cells are still too cost-prohibitive for conventional, commercial applications, despite the billion-dollar investments by global vehicle manufacturers.
With the proliferation of long-term warranties being offered on new vehicles and the increasing popularity of manufacturer-sponsored used-vehicle certification programs, long-term quality issues are critical to manufacturers and their bottom lines," says Joe Ivers, partner and executive director of quality/customer satisfaction at J.
The vehicle was the 50,000th originating privately owned vehicle to be processed in Hawaii.
If they use the vehicle strictly for business, the deduction goes on the "other expenses" line of either Schedule C (1040) or Schedule F (1040).