Since RV is an abbreviation for Recreational Vehicle, I believe the answer would be no since Scrabble does not allow abbreviations.
A recreational vehicle is a camper type vehicle with an engine. A cruiser motorcycle is not a recreational vehicle but a motorcycle.
A recreational vehicle is a motor vehicle used for recreational travel by road and is usually a van such as a camper or mobile home.
No. To be exempt from CMV requirements and regulations, the vehicle must be registered as a recreational vehicle.
a recreational vehicle.
The recreational vehicle industry usually refers to manufacturers of recreational vehicles. Common manufacturers in the recreational vehicle industry include Winnebago, Thor Industries, Heartland RV, Excel RV and more.
Wells Fargo and Bank of American both offer loans for purchasing a recreational vehicle. One may also ask their local recreational vehicle dealership if they provide financing.
Recreational Vehicle is a wider term and can cover anything from travel trailers that you pull behind a vehicle to motorhomes that you drive. A motorhome usually refers to a recreational that is self contained, can be driven, instead of pulled.
Yes, you must apply for a recreational vehicle license. You must have license plates on the back of your trailer.
It stands for Recreational vehicle.
There are many different types of sink covers available for a recreational vehicle. The most common and most popular are the ones that cover the sink, and look like the countertop. You can find these and other supplies for your recreational vehicle at rv-sinks.com.
(i thought it was 'Rec.' might wanna hold for a more definitve answer)
A Recreational Vehicle
Luxury Assault Recreational Vehicle
Civic Recreational Vehicle A.K.A Comfortable Run-About Vehicle
Only if you're operating it on a for-hire basis. For personal, recreational use, you do not.
No, it's not the Japanese abbreviation for SUV...According to literature from Honda UK, CR-V stands for "Compact Recreational Vehicle; the Honda Japan CR-V Factbook and Honda Worldwide states that CR-V stands for "Comfortable Runabout Vehicle." US dealers say it stands for "Civilian Recreational Vehicle".It could also stand for Crossover Recreation Vehicle.compact recreational vehiclei heard it also means crew return vehicle because apparently the crv was originally made for astronauts to return from the space shuttle airstrip back to base.Comfort Recreational VehicleAdded: Actually, Honda has never stated (in advertising, or anywhere else) that the designation CR-V mean anything at all.
What state do you live in?
The full form is Recreational Vehicle.
Honda Recreational Vehicle
Well first thing you do is think of what type of recreational vehicle you want and consider what are your needs, also ask your whole family and talk for purchasing what recreational vehicle type you want, after you met all those requirements it's easy for you to choose also try looking for brands you prefer.
As a recreational vehicle.
RV stands for 'Recreational Vehicle'.
No, it's an acronym. It's short for Recreational Vehicle.
They are not classified as a vehicle at all. They have no motor so are classified in the trailer group.