Common Misconceptions About UTVs

For those new to the UTV world, there is a lot of new information to digest. Unfortunately, some of it is more reliable than others. As you begin to take your UTV out and enjoy some time in the great outdoors, you’ll want to make sure you have all your facts straight. Knowing as much as you can before you head out could save a life! And of course, as you shop for your UTV and look to get into the sport, knowing as much as you can is crucial when you have big decisions to make. To help you on the road to becoming a life-time UTV enthusiast, here are three common misconceptions about UTV’s.

#1. You have to be rich to afford toys like UTV’s.
Believing this misconception about UTV’s is like believe it about cars; while you might have to be rich to afford certain cars, but there is something available in just about everyone’s price range. The same is true for UTV’s. There are some machines that cost nearly $30,000, but there are also some less than $10,000. And let’s not forget, if properly taken care of, a used UTV’s may be a good option!
After the initial cost of the UTV, there are plenty of after-market adds-ons that can increase the value of your UTV.  Take a UTV windshield for example. If you purchase a custom fit, polycarbonate UTV windshield from UTV Windshields & Accessories, you’ll be taking your UTV to the next level at a very competitive price. You can also purchase many other accessories for your UTV that will make your ride more enjoyable and more comfortable. 

#2. There isn’t a UTV to fit my exact need or want.
While there are purely sport UTV’s and purely work UTV’s out there, those aren’t the only two options. The truth is, there are many UTV’s in between that will allow you to get the best of both worlds; A UTV can be a great tool for working but it’s also a great toy for some weekend riding. Beyond that, you can customize your UTV to fit almost any activity you’re interested in. Do you love mudding? You can add some mud tires to your UTV, a snorkel kit, and a full or half tilting windshield and you’ll be set. There are UTV accessories for those who want to race, tear it up in the sand and mud, or take on any kind of trail out there.

#3. You don’t need to be skilled to drive a UTV.
UTV’s are relatively easy to drive, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be educated or experienced to be safe on your UTV. And how difficult a UTV is to handle depends a lot on what type of terrain you’re on, and what the weather conditions are. If you’re new to the UTV world, be sure you take a class, and study up on UTV driving before hitting the trails.

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