TVRSTelephone Voice Recording System (various companies)
TVRSThe Villages of Rainbow Springs (Dunnellon, FL)
TVRSTuckahoe Volunteer Rescue Squad (Henrico County, VA)
TVRSTactical Voice Recognition System
TVRSTelevision Viewer Response Service
TVRSTowed Volume Reverberation System
TVRSTelevision Video Recording System
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The launch of the new TVR sports car at the Goodwood Revival (September 8-10) is less than a month away, and I'm getting rather excited about seeing what the car looks like in the metal.
The chairman of luxury car maker TVR said a skilled workforce and new infrastructure were the reasons the company had picked Ebbw Vale for the site of its new factory.
The hand-built Series I coupe is declared manufactured in 1959 on the V5 registration, but the chassis plate - number 112 - bears the name TVR Engineering Ltd, which was the original company name before it was wound up at the end of 1958.
"What we need to keep in mind is that any repeat has also delivered lower TVRs. At some point, it will settle down."
The match delivered a peak rating of 29.7 TVRs according to the research agency TAM.
Midland business AAwhich prepares clas -sic race cars for cli -ents to race all over the world is set to expand after a buy-ou sports car dealership whic signal the start of a new c ter in TVR history.
To close the event, all cars will make their way out of the Lancashire town in what is expected to be the longest parade of TVRs ever seen.
Passenger Wayne Cathcart, 41, a mechanic from Bryn Celyn, Pentwyn, Cardiff, died at the scene on Cowbridge Road West when the blue TVR sports car crashed.
Such is the fanatical following for these northern speedsters that more than 1,500 TVRs were to be spotted in and around the circuit, as fans flooded across the Channel during the week.
Laboratory tests show that the TVRS functions as high as 120 decibels, which is equivalent to standing next to an amplifier at a rock concert, Bradley explained.
HARD on the heels of Aston Martin another luxury car maker, TVR, has confirmed it is moving to Wales in a multimillion-pound investment that will create 150 high skilled jobs.