Oregon Tests RV-Friendly Highway Symbols

May 9, 2003
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RV-Friendly symbols are being tested this summer along a stretch of Interstate 5 south of Portland, Oregon, from exit 278 to Albany, at exit 233.

The bright-yellow circle displays a crescent smile under the letters RV. 

To qualify for an RV-Friendly symbol, a business must meet certain standards that cater to the needs of RVers, including large parking spaces and easy entry/exit. Look for the symbols on blue highway signs with logos informing travelers about the availability of services and tourist attractions.

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