Boat Trailers (TR)
A small vessel propelled by oars, paddle, sails, or motor for traveling, transporting goods, or other purpose.
Deck boats have wide decks with fast, maneuverable hulls that look and perform like bow riders.
House boats are live-in boats and are typically large, flat-bottomed power boats with square sides and house-like characteristics.
Inboard Powered Boats (IN)
The term “inboard” means the boat’s engine is seated within the hull of the boat and the propeller extends out the bottom, typically between the stern and midships.
Outboard Motors (OM)
A small or medium-sized engine with a propeller that can be mounted outside the stern of a boat.
Outboard Powered Boats (OB)
An outboard motor is a propulsion system for boats, consisting of a self-contained unit that includes engine, gearbox, and propeller or jet drive, designed to be affixed to the outside of the transom.
Personal Watercraft (PW)
A PWC (Personal Water Craft) is a small pleasure craft that uses an inboard jet drive as its primary source of propulsion and is designed to be operated by a person or persons sitting, standing, or kneeling on the PWC rather than inside the craft.
A flat-bottomed boat or hollow metal cylinder used with others to support a temporary bridge or floating landing stage.
A boat usually propelled by sail.
Stern Drive Boats (IO)
A stern drive or inboard/outboard drive (I/O) is a form of marine propulsion. The engine is located inboard just forward of the transom (stern) and provides power to the drive unit (outdrive) located outside the hull.
Trawling is a type of fishing that uses a net. A trawler is a boat specifically made for trawling.
Stands for Vehicle Identification Number.
World Manufacturer Identifier (WMI)
The first three positions of a 17-digit VIN, identifying the manufacturing company.
3200 Rice Mine Road NE
Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
Randall-Reilly Data Division
1509 Orchard Lake Drive Charlotte,
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270