Definition of Automotive vehicle
1. Noun. A self-propelled wheeled vehicle that does not run on rails.
Terms within: Airbrake, Bodywork, Brake System, Brakes, Cab, Car Wheel, Chassis, Cooling System, Engine Cooling System, Drive Line, Drive Line System, Electrical System, Fuel System, Gear Lever, Gearshift, Gearstick, Shifter, Emergency, Emergency Brake, Hand Brake, Parking Brake, Ice, Internal-combustion Engine, Hodometer, Mileometer, Milometer, Odometer, Foot Lever, Foot Pedal, Pedal, Treadle, Power Brake, Second, Second Gear, Speed Indicator, Speedometer, Suspension, Suspension System, Windscreen, Windshield, Windscreen Wiper, Windshield Wiper, Wiper, Wiper Blade
Specialized synonyms: Amphibian, Amphibious Vehicle, Bloodmobile, Auto, Automobile, Car, Machine, Motorcar, Doodlebug, 4wd, Four-wheel Drive, Go-kart, Golf Cart, Golfcart, Hearse, Bike, Motorcycle, Snowplough, Snowplow, Motortruck, Truck
Generic synonyms: Self-propelled Vehicle
Examples of category: Steering Mechanism, Steering System, Roadworthiness, Smash, Smash-up, Undercoated, Undersealed
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Automotive Vehicle
Literary usage of Automotive vehicle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1918)
"So far as the writer can see, there is no great demand, or any demand to speak of, for a steam automotive vehicle, for the simple reason that they were ..."
2. Toward a Sustainable Energy Future by International Energy Agency (2001)
"Examples of recent activities are: Complexity and the Car The personal automotive vehicle - the car - is at the heart of a ..."
3. Advanced Components for Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles: Workshop by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"While the discussion is based on new automotive vehicle propulsion systems, most of the comments apply to the commercialization of any major new technology. ..."