self-propelled vehicle

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[ClickPress, Tue Jul 02 2019] Golf cart is a self-propelled vehicle driven by electric motors and internal combustion engines specifically intended for use on golf courses for transporting golfers and their equipment.
For example, in the topic explored here, students are prompted to build a self-propelled vehicle using either a balloon or a wind-up device.
The operative language of the National Motor Vehicle Theft Act of 1919 defined "motor vehicle" to include "an automobile, automobile truck, automobile wagon, motor cycle, or any other self-propelled vehicle not designed for running on rails." (2)
In 1769, Nicholas-Joseph Cugnot built a steam-powered, self-propelled vehicle that arguably was the tree first automobile--more than 100 years earlier than the gas-powered motor vehicles invented by Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz.
1888 Starley built an electrically powered tricycle, and in 1903 the company constructed its first self-propelled vehicle - the Rover Imperial motorcycle.
So she started Jo's Home-Baked Bread on a small scale and her mode of work transport changed from four-wheeled luxury coaches to a two wheeled self-propelled vehicle.
I learned that everyone must adhere to set standards and practices, such as securing the engine and installing chocks on any unused self-propelled vehicle. I also learned the value of ORM and common sense and know either item would have prevented this incident from happening.
17, 1903, Orville Wright made the first successful flight of a piloted, heavier-than-air, self-propelled vehicle. The nature of aircraft advanced throughout the century, moving from propeller-driven to jet-propelled.
As teenagers, the brothers--probably with the help of older brother and machinist Rollin--built an 8-passenger self-propelled vehicle. The machine (it's unclear whether it was steam or gas powered) was claimed to be Iowa's first car.
Invented inWales - everything from aircraft and fuel cells to artificial rain Dinosaurs, nano-health and the equals sign - these are just some of the Welsh contributions to the world of science which would be celebrated in a National Science Museum: The automobile Oliver Evans, born to Welsh immigrant parents in Delaware, USA, invented the first self-propelled vehicle. Wireless transmission Caernarfon-born William Henry Preece discovered wireless transmission during experiments at Porthcawl.
Motorhomes, which pack all mod-cons into one self-propelled vehicle, are increasingly popular alternatives to caravans in the UK.
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