Definitions

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  • adjective Not of or pertaining to roads.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ road

Examples

  • The rules that went into effect Saturday apply to tractors, construction vehicles and other so-called nonroad equipment.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • The rules that went into effect Saturday apply to tractors, construction vehicles and other so-called nonroad equipment.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • The rules that went into effect Saturday apply to tractors, construction vehicles and other so-called nonroad equipment.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • For more information on the new emissions standards for what the EPA refers to as “new nonroad spark-ignition engines, equipment, and vessels” — a category that includes mowers and tractors — visit this EPA page.

    More on lawn-mower exchanges

  • For more information on the new emissions standards for what the EPA refers to as “new nonroad spark-ignition engines, equipment, and vessels”—a category that includes mowers and tractors—visit this EPA page.

    More on lawn-mower exchanges

  • The new transportation bill, as drafted, gave greater flexibility to state governments and municipal-planning organizations, allowing them to spend federal “highway” dollars on trains, trolleys, trails, or whatever nonroad projects they decided met their more holistic needs.

    Interstate 69

  • This means not only nonroad equipment such as lawn gear but also generators, marine engines, snowmobiles, and motorcycles.

    Is fuel with an increased level of ethanol a problem for small gas engines?

  • This means not only nonroad equipment such as lawn gear but also generators, marine engines, snowmobiles, and motorcycles.

    Is fuel with an increased level of ethanol a problem for small gas engines?

  • As we covered in "Is Fuel With an Increased Level of Ethanol a Problem for Small Gas Engines?" there's growing concern over the effects that gasoline-ethanol blends like E10 — that's 90 percent gasoline and 10 percent ethanol — might have on small, nonroad engines on lawn mowers and tractors and other outdoor power equipment.

    Tip of the Day: Drain the carburetor bowl on your lawn mower to protect the engine

  • Environmental Protection Agency regulations for curtailing the emissions of small, nonroad engines allow for low - or no-emissions engines to generate credits to offset the emissions of relatively gas-guzzling products.

    Highlights of the 2008 Green Industry and Equipment Expo

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