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An ATV is a vehicle that is designed to be operated on off-road terrain. These vehicles are becoming increasingly popular for recreational activities such as off-roading, exploring remote areas, and hunting. Explore wholesale ATVs on

What is an ATV?

ATV means an all-terrain vehicle. It is an off-highway vehicle with four low-pressure or non-pneumatic tires, a straddled seat, and handlebars for steering. ATV riding is used for fishing, ATV tours, or sporting and racing. ATVs come in various sizes and styles and are often driven by people who enjoy outdoor activities.

Types of ATV

The youth ATV is designed for riders with little or no previous riding skills. This model's size ranges from 50cc to 125cc ATV. This makes them easier to handle for beginners without making them too dangerous. Kid's ATVs usually only come in smaller sizes with limited suspension and power and no gears. A side by side ATV is a great way to get around in rural areas and is often referred to as SxS or Rhinos. A Side by Side ATV is similar to a golf cart but has much more power and can go much faster. Sport ATVs are excellent for recreational use and can be customized to suit individual preferences. They are lightweight and have many suspensions to handle jumps, bumps, and turns. Utility ATVs or quads are designed to perform more functional and labor-intensive tasks. Engine sizes range from 800cc to over 1,000cc, making them capable of outstanding performance.

How to maintain an ATV?

ATV enthusiasts take great pride in their machines. That's why it's essential to keep it in good condition. Some helpful tips are to keep all ATV parts in good condition. This includes both plastic and metal components. When they start to show wear or tear, it's time to replace them. Cleaning and lubricating all moving parts especially the brakes on the ATV should be done regularly. This will keep them running smoothly. Staying alert while operating and listening for warning signs of an emergency, like a hard start or loss of control, can help detect problems on time and reduce the occurrence of an ATV accident.