The Hummer H3 is being recalled because of a problem in the SUVs hood that threatens to detach the hood when the vehicle is on move, while the Chevrolet Corvettes are recalled because of a problem in the model's steering that can result in unintended pull to the right or left.
What does PTTR stand for?
PTTR stands for Pull to the Right (automobile)
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We have 2 other meanings of PTTR in our Acronym Attic
- Power to the Peaceful (music festival; San Francisco, CA)
- Power to the People
- Professional Theatre Training Program (University of Delaware; Newark, DE)
- USPACOM Tactics Techniques & Procedures
- Packed to the Rafters (TV show)
- Paint The Town Red, Inc (New York City)
- Pine Tree Trail Riders (est. 1969; Auburn, ME)
- Plain Text Terminal Ready
- Posta Telefon Telegraf Radio (former name of the Romanian Postal services)
- Property Transfer Tax Return (Vermont)
- Parking Traffic and Transportation Service (Texas A&M University)
- Permission-To-Train Switch
- Pilot Transition Training Squadron
- Plasma Technology Training School (UK)
- Polskie Towarzystwo Traumatologii Sportowej (Polish: Polish Society of Sports Traumatology; Warsaw, Poland)
- Professional Tarpon Tournament Series
- Provincial and Territorial Tourism Satellite Accounts
- Payment Transaction Technologies Sendirian Berhad (Malay: Payment Transaction Technologies Incorporated; Malaysia)
- Packet Timed Token Service Discipline (scheduling algorithm)
- Painless Thyroiditis with Transient Thyrotoxicosis (endocrinology)
Samples in periodicals archive:
When people note an emergency vehicle with their emergency lights or sirens activated, we encourage them to signal their intention, and to slowly and carefully pull to the right side of the road and come to a full and complete stop," Humphrey said.
You want to pull to the right as the law demands, but there's nowhere to go.
Try to safely pull to the right shoulder until help arrives.