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ohv

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) overhead valve
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Every City in the county allows OHV access on city streets year round.
From 2013 through 2018, CFA and its OHV Safety Coalition documented more than 450 deaths during the month of July.
In between those two jobs, she finished her degree and started Williams Hill Pass OHV Park and Campground, which she continues to operate.
The MMA has been appointed by the City of Meridian to operate and maintain the Meridian OHV Park, which consists of 800 acres of municipal property.
OHV's implementation of Vision FI provides their clients with a comprehensive and intuitive self-service portal while also fully enabling account managers to fulfill ad hoc client requests.
* if you operate an OHV on a highway (very broadly defined as anywhere people ordinarily operate vehicles), then all the rules that apply to vehicle operation apply to you;
Roy Williams, chief executive of OHV, said: "Given the current housing shortage, building new homes is more important than ever.
Nonresidents also participate in OHV activities in Montana, particularly during hunting season.
OHV users have ridden many of these trails - which, in some spots are so dense they resemble spiderwebs in aerial photos - for decades.
Fitted with a 1,599cc version of the crossflow Kent four-cylinder ohv engine and a four-speed manual transmission, this MkII features more luxurious upholstery and exterior brightwork over the de-luxe version of the car.
This volume is an edited and condensed version of a report from the US Geology Survey, which compiled research findings and internet materials regarding the environmental and socioeconomic impact of off-highway vehicles (OHV).