off-road vehicle


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off-road vehicle

[′ȯf¦rōd ′vē·ə·kəl]
(mechanical engineering)
A conveyance designed to travel on unpaved roads, trails, beaches, or rough terrain rather than on public roads.
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Anyone seeking more information about this meeting, wishing to provide public comment on any ORV trail-related issue, or needing accommodations to participate in this meeting should contact Barbara Graves, DNR Parks and Recreation Division, at 517-284-6112 (TTY/TDD711 Michigan Relay Center for the hearing impaired), or visit the Off-Road Vehicle Advisory Workgroup website.
They include nuisance off-road vehicles from across the region, many seized after a surge in community tip-offs provided police with crucial details about the use and storage of nuisance bikes.
The use of all-terrain vehicles and other off-road vehicles resulted in the deaths of several Massachusetts residents in the past few months.
The fledgling company, set up in 2003 and the recipient of pounds 500,000 of venture capitalist funding, expects to significantly increase turnover as a result of tougher emissions tests for off-road vehicles in the US and Europe.
4 million human visitors flock to the refuge's pristine beaches to drive off-road vehicles, sunbathe, swim and fish.
In fact, before taking the agriculture post, Veneman was a lobbyist for a coalition of off-roaders, now teamed up with Chamber of Commerce types and grazing interests, fighting a Clinton plan to reduce logging and some off-road vehicle access to part of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
Tendertransportation of off-road vehicle training in hammelburg / bavaria 16/2/18
He joined the company in 2004 in a field sales role and held positions of increasing responsibility in marketing, sales and general management within the Off-Road Vehicles business.
ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST - Off-road vehicle trails in Bouquet and San Francisquito canyons closed for nearly a year due to storm damage have reopened, U.
A spokeswoman said: 'Riding an off-road vehicle in a park, public place or on common land is an offence and officers want parents to ensure their children are using the vehicles legally and responsibly.
FIELD OF DREAMS: The new Mitsubishi off-road vehicle