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An ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) is an “off-road” vehicle usually considered to have either three or four wheels with low-pressure tires that is driven by the operator on undeveloped trails and paths. They are capable of transporting a passenger and equipment over various types of terrain, but are generally not allowed on public roads or highways. Engine sizes will range from 49cc to 1000cc and are fueled by gasoline.

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ATV's are an excellent way to enjoy the outdoors. They can be used for hunting, fishing, trapping, camping or simply just riding trails.

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Posted In How To on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
While the summer might bring visions of the “wind in your face” and riding in your shorts to a local backwoods remote swimming hole for some cooling off...
Posted In How To on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
Without a battery your ATV isn
Posted In How To on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
For those who use their ATV’s for hunting, getting into and out of the woods with a degree of stealth becomes an important consideration.
Posted In How To on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
Slow leaks in ATV tires are a common thing. They are usually a pinhole puncture, a dislocated valve stem, or a broken bead or seal around the rim of the tire.
Posted In How To on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
Tires that go slowly flat generally have been punctured or lost their seal or
Posted In How To on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
Ride an ATV long enough and you’re going to break down. If you’re lucky enough to have it happen close enough to find help...
Posted In How To on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
This year between July 30 and August 12, 2013 there were at least 36 deaths reported from riding ATV’s around the nation.
Posted In How To on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
Brake pads wear out eventually on all vehicles and replacement will become necessary. Replacing them is a fairly easy task with a few basic tools and the correct pads to fit your ATV.
Posted In How To on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
VIN numbers are the way that every vehicle can be identified and traced either for registration purposes or in the event of being stolen.
Posted In How To on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
Making sure all nuts, bolts, screws and wires are in top shape before you hit the trail should be a regular part of your schedule when getting ready to ride.
Posted In How To on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
Sometimes the exhaust system on an ATV will experience cracking.
Posted In How To on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
Considering the stress and strain the front end of ATV
Posted In How To on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
If your ATV is running rough or won
Posted In How To on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
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Posted In How To on Monday, August 13th 2018
There are some basic tips to remember when that day comes that your ATV starts running poorly or won
Posted In How To on Monday, August 13th 2018
ATV's are an excellent way to enjoy the outdoors. They can be used for hunting, fishing, trapping, camping or simply just riding trails.
Posted In How To on Monday, August 13th 2018
An all-terrain vehicle (ATV)...
Posted In How To on Monday, August 13th 2018
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Posted In How To on Saturday, August 11th 2018
Eventually you are going to have a tire on your ATV go bad. Not just flat, but damaged beyond repair bad.
Posted In How To on Friday, August 10th 2018
Every ATV has a seat and seats eventually wear out or get torn. The more you use your ATV, the sooner that is bound to happen.
Posted In How To on Friday, August 10th 2018
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Posted In How To on Thursday, August 9th 2018
ATVs are vehicles that, by their name, are suited for travel in all types of terrain. The amount of skill required to operate them will vary according to that terrain.
Posted In How To on Thursday, August 9th 2018
While not a job for most ATV owners, welding or repairing a bent frame isn
Posted In How To on Wednesday, August 8th 2018
ATV’s are a great way to expand your camping, fishing or hunting trip.
Posted In How To on Wednesday, August 8th 2018
Fenders on ATV
Posted In How To on Wednesday, August 8th 2018
In today’s “green-conscious” world there is no venue more obviously at risk than the outdoors.