Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Michigan Keeps “RV Friendly” Momentum Rolling

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) recently approved the popular “RV Friendly” highway signs that tell recreation vehicle (RV) enthusiasts which roadside gas, food, lodging and camping facilities easily accommodate RVs including motorized and towable units. This approval follows closely on the heels of the Texas Department of Transportation adopting the RV Friendly signs and adds considerable momentum to the initiative.

The RV Friendly logo—a bright yellow circle with the letters RV—alerts RV motorists of facilities adjacent to highways that cater to the special needs of RVs at specific highway exits. When RV Friendly logos are included on the logos of qualified establishments, motorists know those businesses have parking facilities capable of accommodating RVs. Full Story...

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