- Is There a... 03.05.2021
Put Your UTV To Work
While UTVs are fun and exciting recreational vehicles, they are also useful, practical, and helpful machines. Even if you aren’t a dune-loving, trail-blazing, adventurer, you are still able to utilize UTVs. Put your UTV to work by helping you accomplish the endless list of tasks and chores on your farm, in your yard, or on your property.
Take a look at the many ways you can put your UTV to work for you.
Taking care of animals on a farm is a difficult task and tremendous responsibility, and of those responsibilities, feeding them might be the highest. A UTV makes this chore much easier and feels less like a chore. Because UTVs are smaller than other vehicles like trucks and trailers, they can get inside smaller places where you store your livestock’s food. Besides, you can use your UTV to help with other jobs involving your farm animals like mucking stalls, driving cattle, and carrying supplies for building fences.
In the snowy winter months, owning a UTV comes in very handy. By attaching a plow to your machine, you can cut down the time it takes to clear your sidewalks and driveway of snow, sleet, and ice. Pair your snowplow with other accessories and attachments like sandbags, wheel weights, and tire chains; you’ll find your UTV to be a powerful and capable machine.
UTVs make difficult and strenuous tasks like landscaping and weeding much more straightforward. Regardless of the size of your yard, you can enjoy the benefits and ease that a UTV brings for gardening and general yard work. Many yards and flowerbeds are not accessible by truck or tractor but are accessible by smaller machines like UTVs. Use it for outdoor chores large or small like bringing in loads of mulch and plants and trees to your flowerbeds or transporting a garden hose from one end of the house to the other.
Hauling and Towing
A standard, 3-cylinder, .8-liter gas engine has a 1,000-pound cargo capacity and a 2,000-pound towing capacity. UTVs are capable of towing and hauling just about all of the essentials you require to get your job done. You can attach tools like a mowing deck or harrow. (an implement consisting of a heavy frame set with teeth or tines which is dragged over plowed land to break up clods, remove weeds, and cover seed) Trailers and other items will help accomplish other chores and general maintenance on your land.
When your UTV is street-legal, you can use it to run quick errands around town. If your machine is not street-legal, you aren’t able to take it on public land or roads, but you can use it to do tasks on your private property. Having a UTV is very convenient when you need to quickly go to your barn or grab your mail at the end of your long driveway.
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