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road-test

Medtalk To assess discharge suitability criteria by testing arousal, level of self-sufficiency, cerebellar function–gait, ataxia, ambulation, ability to understand discharge instructions. See Discharge.
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Jeep has a mix of spotty reliability and mediocre road-test results.
Ford's road-test score improved by two points over last year's, but subpar reliability of some new vehicles,due largely to the troublesome MyFord Touch infotainment system and Power-Shift automatic transmission, hurt its report-card grade.
Road-test results of the fuel show evidences of environmental benefits, vehicle performance benefits, and compatibility with existing engines and infrastructures.
Industry Leaders Pfizer, Symantec, Seagate, Baker Hughes, Mercury, Motorola, US Army Training Support Command, Wachovia, Starwood and Bechtel among first SumTotal customers to road-test groundbreaking new platform