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RVS

Abbreviation for relative value scale.
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About 40 years ago, there was a proliferation of commercial vehicles and various RVs parked throughout our neighborhoods.
The full-facility sites can accommodate RVs, pop-up campers or tents (there are no tents-only designated sites).
Our customers are opting for an alternative to air travel and finding RVs personable and downright fun.
According to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, more than 8.2 million American households own an RV, and more than 135,000 RVs are registered with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
In 2008, a Mexican immigrant with a history of fox bite (2) died in California of infection with an RV variant most closely associated with RVs associated with insectivorous bats (T.
RVS Engineering director Mel Mathias said: "We are grateful for their ongoing support and we will continue to be here at all times for them."
At a glance, the size of RVs and their mobility could appear to yield a high claim frequency, but due to their limited use, RV claim frequency is actually lower.
But the big new innovation to hit the RV world in this age of "green" vehicles and worry over carbon consumption is fuel-efficient RVs.
The state is especially strong in towable RVs. Hoosier plants produce 69 percent of conventional travel trailers as well as 77 percent of fifth-wheels, those large RVs that hitch into the bed of a pickup or larger truck.
Ironically, RVs have always been a major competitor of the pool and spa industry for consumers' discretionary dollars.
Because campgrounds were relatively primitive and RVs less than luxurious, for many years only the hardiest outdoorsmen enjoyed the RV lifestyle.
He is one of the top two Winnebago dealers in the country, and is the top Northwest dealer for Bounder, Pace Arrow, and Tioga brand RVs, which also ranks him among the top five to 10 dealers nationally in all these lines.