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How to Buy the Right ATV
Whether you’re buying your first all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or upgrading your current model, there’s a lot to consider. For example, should you buy a new or used vehicle? And once you’ve made your selection, what steps can you take to help protect yourself on the open terrain? Here are some things that may help you…
ATVs: Before You Grab the Keys, Think Safety
We accept that we need to take classes, pass the required tests and earn our licenses before we can drive a car or motorcycle on public roadways. We understand that accidents with these vehicles can be harmful, so we’re willing to take precautions. In short, we think about safety. Yet we don’t always give the same…
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Hunting is a serious pastime in the United States. Statistic Brain notes that 12.5 million people over the age of 16 go hunting each year, approximately 7 percent of the U.S. population actively takes part in the sport and 60 percent of U.S. wildlife areas allow in-season hunting. These days, many hunters are electing to incorporate…
ATV Safety: Off-Roading with the Whole Family
We love to share our passions with our children. We want to engage in family pastimes, so we pursue outdoor recreational activities such as camping, hiking, biking, horseback riding, surfing and snorkeling. Sometimes our favorite activities involve motorized vehicles, and while we wouldn’t necessarily put our young children behind the wheel of a powerboat, we…
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All-terrain vehicles provide hours of off-road fun, and they also come in handy when there’s work to be done. With a few simple additions to your ATV, you can turn a bland (as bland as an ATV can get anyway) four-wheeler into a customized workhorse. Snowplow Photo courtesy of coopdog via Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0 Forget…
5 Tips to Take Your ATV Virtually Anywhere
ATVs—known as four-wheelers among those who use them—have become essential transportation for outdoor enthusiasts of every stripe seeking to access and explore everything from the back 40 to truly remote backcountry. Virtual mini-tanks on wheels, they can travel off-road up and down hills, between trees, over rocky ground and through mud and shallow water. But,…