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ohv

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) overhead valve
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According to data gathered by CFA from 2013 through 2018, July is the month with the most OHV fatalities and May and August follow as the second and third months with the most deaths.
Nowhere is this more true than with the regulations which deal with off-highway vehicle ("OHV") use in Alberta.
Excepting pedestrians, the occurrence rates for all of the human activity categories were significantly greater at the underpass sites (Mann-Whitney U-test: pedestrians, P = 0.163; OHV, P = 0.01; vehicle, P = 0.009; total human, P = 0.01).
At the request of Montana State Parks, the Bureau of Business and Economic Research conducted a survey of 523 Montana households whose members own registered OHVs. Of these households, 281 of these completed interviews asking about their OHV use.
Global power company AREVA's Transmission and Distribution division (AREVA T&D), a provider of solutions to bring electricity from source onto the power network, and its Netherlands-based consortium partner, Keppel Veolme B V, an expert offshore construction company, have won a EUR62m Offshore High Voltage Substation (OHVS) turnkey project in Germany.
Importing mostly the best of what they sold at home, these makers positioned their smaller, less powerful yet more expensive OHCs as more sophisticated and more desirable than American OHVs. And, in most ways, they were, since the typical iron-block American OHV of the '70s and '80s had evolved little since the '50s.
But educational information on land use ethics hasn't been getting to ATVers, says Collin, because they have had little involvement with OHV groups that advocate responsible off-highway driving: "We certainly promote the concept that, in most areas, OHVs should stay on existing routes and shouldn't be heading off-cross-country"
Forest Service officials say that's because they had more pressing priorities in regulating the areas that are legally open to OHVs.
The bill would simplify the registration process and require registration for most OHVs, provide rider safety education and help develop, maintain and restore OHV trails.
2) Based on interviews with Montana OHVers, residents travel between 15 and 20 miles per activity day on their OHVs and spend about $21 for fuel per activity day.