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A slang phrase referring to the assessment of discharge suitability criteria for a particular patient by testing arousal, level of self-sufficiency, cerebellar function—gait, ataxia, ambulation, and ability to understand discharge instructions
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Among the steps taken by RTA to ensure the road tests are fair is constant rotation of examiners between different institutes as well as mystery shopping.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has found that Isuzu failed to undertake mandatory procedures for eight of 27 vehicles subjected to public road tests since 2000, the officials said.
The team has submitted a report to its government sponsor, the Department of Energy, describing road tests last fall.
DMV spokesman Armando Botello said Weller had an excellent driving record and no medical or other conditions that could have been used as the basis for requiring him to take a road test.
Our goal is to make the Long-Term Road Tests blog both informational and entertaining, and we're very glad that our audience has as much fun reading the blog as we have producing it.
The company received permission for the road tests in the city of Hiroshima from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism earlier in the day.
In this week's issue TheCarConnection also delivers the first road tests of two critical new vehicles: Cadillac's SRX crossover, and Ford's radically- redesigned F-150.
In this way, companies can avoid time-consuming and costly road tests, according to the company.
The new test developed by the VA/UCLA researcher makes it possible for state departments of motor vehicles and senior centers to conduct inexpensive mass screenings quickly and inexpensively without having to conduct extensive road tests.
The data panels for road tests have been refined to provide callouts for key performance attributes and scales have been added so readers can learn how specific vehicles compare to others that have been road tested by Road & Track.
The ministry has found that Isuzu failed to undertake mandatory procedures for eight of 27 vehicles subjected to public road tests since 2000, the officials said.
The automaker based in Hiroshima Prefecture, which got the go-ahead from a local branch of the transport ministry, said it will conduct road tests for three months to collect data on engine performance while driving on expressways and in different weather conditions.