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a wheel that drives a motor vehicle (transforms torque into a tractive force)

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A four-wheel dirt buggy retrofitted by a student team from the Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory at Virginia Tech's College of Engineering in Blacksburg uses laser range finders, an instant voice command interface, and a host of other technology tools to guide blind drivers as they steer, brake, and accelerate.
The engineers say their first Blind Driver Challenge vehicle is crude.
A man accused of giving instructions to a blind driver during a half-mile car journey had his court case adjourned yesterday.
THE world's fastest blind driver has rewritten the record books once again.
And the courageous blind driver is hoping to raise cash for charity.
Dennis Hong, director of the Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory at Virginia Tech explained, "Three years ago we accepted the NFB Blind Driver Challenge.
With an instructor by his side, he was the first blind driver to complete a lap at Knockhill Racing Circuit, in Fife.
Dodi's father Harrods boss Mohamed al Fayed claims the couple were murdered by MI6 who used a bright light to blind driver Henri Paul who also died.
A MAN who gave instructions to a blind driver has admitted aiding and abetting dangerous driving.
Many blind people prefer the concept of driving as opposed to being driven," says Kimberly Wenger, senior and student leader of the Virginia Tech Blind Driver Challenge project.
A MAN accused of dangerous driving after he was allegedly caught giving instructions to a blind driver had his case adjourned for a second time at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
A NEARLY blind driver who ploughed into a marathon runner leaving her paralysed was fined pounds 1,000 and banned for three years yesterday.
e, York's Beth McCarthy and Blind Drivers from Sheffield.
The new headlamps are controlled by cameras which adjust the lights automatically but unlike other LED systems they react instantly when traffic is detected, switching off only the part of the light cone which would blind drivers ahead.
The lighting of athletic fields all across the land began to cause light pollution problems for cities and municipalities fearful that the light trespass would blind drivers on nearby roads or intrude on living rooms of stadium neighbors.