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The term rolling stock in the rail transport industry refers to railway vehicles, including both powered and unpowered vehicles: for example, locomotives, freight and passenger cars (or coaches), and non-revenue cars. Passenger vehicles can be un-powered, or self-propelled, single or multiple units.What is an rolled stock?
Rolling Stock means a qualified truck, a trailer designed to be drawn behind a qualified truck, and parts or other tangible personal property affixed to or to be affixed to and directly used in the operation of either a qualified truck or a trailer designed to be drawn behind a qualified truck.Why is rolling stock used as collateral?
Rolling stock is used as collateral on some loans because it is easy for the lender to take possession of them in the event of default. Farlex Financial Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All Rights Reserved Any of various readily movable transportation equipment such as automobiles, locomotives, railroad cars, and trucks.Are we seeing new rolling stock on our networks?
The rolling stock leasing companies who now own most of the passenger rolling stock, were privatised in 1995. We should be seeing new rolling stock appearing on our networks; we are not. The rolling stock leasing companies, who now own most of the passenger rolling stock, were privatised in 1995.