Translation of unroadworthy in Spanish:


no apto para circular, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈroʊdˌwərði/ /ʌnˈrəʊdwəːði/


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    (vehicle/condition) no apto para circular
    • Traffic officers were checking buses for roadworthiness and ordering unroadworthy buses off the road.
    • He also conceded that unroadworthy vehicles and drunken driving were major contributors.
    • He stressed however, that people driving stolen or unroadworthy vehicles would not be allowed on the roads.
    • The joint venture by law enforcement agencies is concentrated on unroadworthy vehicles, drunken driving and reckless and negligent driving in an attempt to stem the road carnage.
    • Two people were charged with corruption, obstruction to justice and bribery regarding unroadworthy vehicles and tickets for traffic offences at Umtata.
    • The defect in the rear offside brake was obvious and should have alerted a trained mechanic that the vehicle was unroadworthy.
    • They fine us when our vehicles are unroadworthy, but this is caused by the bad roads.
    • One Irish crew, which took an 18-tonne truckload of material without paying, was caught at a checkpoint in an unroadworthy vehicle with no licence plates.
    • Besides the fact that the vehicle was obviously unroadworthy, the passenger was endangering himself and obstructing the view of the driver.
    • Nine state vehicles used without authority were confiscated, six firearms seized and four unroadworthy vehicles were taken off the road.
    • Police vehicle examiners found that the car was unroadworthy because of two massively over-inflated front tyres, but because the road was dry, the defects probably played only a small part in the accident.
    • Other infringements resulted in tickets for speeding, unlicensed vehicles and a yellow sticker for an unroadworthy car.
    • He admitted two counts of selling motor vehicles in an unroadworthy condition on October 31, when he appeared at Witham Magistrates' Court on Friday.
    • I didn't want to mention the squealing brakes in case he booked me for driving an unroadworthy car.
    • Many cars without tax or insurance often have no MOT, which in turn means the car is unroadworthy, the extension of which is they will cause accidents.
    • Local Traffic Department chiefs are investigating how an unroadworthy bus which had its licence suspended last week managed to obtained a replica licence disc.
    • Two of the bikes were so unroadworthy because of brake and tyre defects that their owners were issued with immediate prohibition notices.
    • Yesterday the traffic department and police confirmed that the taxi was unroadworthy and was not licensed.
    • Forecourt inspections were carried out at garages and officers found six unroadworthy cars for sale in Keighley.
    • They plan to keep unroadworthy vans at the roadside until repairs are carried out and to check drivers' hour-counting tachograph machines to make sure they are not being overworked.