Summary: Watch that speedometer and stick to the rules of the road.
What does ROTR stand for?
ROTR stands for Rules of the Road
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 4 other meanings of ROTR in our Acronym Attic
- Return of the Rentals (The Rentals music album)
- Return of the Robin (hockey tournament)
- Rhythm on the Ridge (music festival; Rotterdam, NY)
- Ride On The Ridge (Blue Ridge Parkway motorcyclist gathering)
- Rise of the Reds (gaming modification, C&C Generals Zerohour)
- Rise of the Resistance (Disneys Star Wars attraction)
- Rise of the Tomb Raider (game)
- Rock on the Range
- Roots on the Rails (train trips; Vermont)
- Rulers of the Ring (toy)
- Rumble on the Rock (Rumble World Entertainment)
- Roche Organ Transplantation Research Foundation (awards grants for research projects in solid organ transplantation)
- Reality of the Situation
- Remote Optical Testing System
- Revenge of the Sith (Star Wars)
- Rhythm of the Saints (Paul Simon song/album)
- Riddle of the Sphinx (gaming)
- Riders on the Storm (Doors song)
- Rotary Out Trunks Selectors
- Ruggedized Off-The-Shelf
Samples in periodicals archive:
CYCLISTS who break the rules of the road should be handed on the spot fines, it was claimed yesterday.
IT is the 77th anniversary of the Highway Code this week and a worrying number of drivers say they regularly ignore the rules of the road contained within it.
Nilsen gives teachers of young adult readers, librarians and the readers themselves an illuminating interview with the author, a well-balanced critique of Bauer's short stories and essays on each of her eight novels (to date), including the award-winning Squashed, Thwonk (Bauer's favorite), Sticks, Rules of the Road, Backwater, Hope Was Here, Stand Tall and Best Foot Forward.
The authors and other trial lawyers who have applied the strategies in Rules of the Road will share their secrets of trying complex cases to a jury--from the pleading through discovery and trial.