Whether you’re a fisherman, hunter, farmer or construction worker, the ATV is your workhorse to get you through the roughest terrain. These rugged quads permit the ability to carry equipment and game for miles on end in locations that aren’t easily accessible for larger vehicles. Through any environment and any weather condition, your ATV is a force to be reckoned with.          

Uses of ATVs

  • Agriculture

  • Border Patrol

  • Construction

  • Emergency Medical Services

  • Land Management

  • Law Enforcement

  • Military

  • Mineral Exploration

  • Oil Exploration

  • Pipeline Transport

  • Search and Rescue

  • Small-scale Forestry

  • Surveying

  • Wild Land Fire Control

Types of ATVs

  • Utility ATVs

  • Side by Sides

  • Sport ATVs

  • Children’s ATVs

Tips to Extend the Life of Your ATV

  • Follow the break in procedure; it’s important to give your ATV some time to get used to running and operating. Be sure to give the oil and other fluids time to flow and do what they’re supposed to do.

  • Change/check the oil; follow the owner’s manual for the recommended oil weight and type. Check the oil often. The owner’s manual should have a recommended change schedule.

  • Routinely wash; mud and dirt trap moisture against the metal on your ATV, therefore, causing it to rust if it sits long enough. Mud and dirt can also affect your engine’s performance. The two can work their way into the air filter and clog up the vents and other areas of the machine.

  • Keep your air filter clean; check the intakes and filters pretty often. If your machine doesn’t get much use over the winter, be sure to check the air filter before you cold-start the ATV.

  • Check the belt; if you ride the ATV hard, through water crossings, or extreme terrain, you’ll want to keep an eye on the belts. If your belt starts to die, you’ll know by a few things: the machine will not shift smoothly, you’ll notice severe performance issues, and there will be a smell.

  • Treat your gas; keep water and other stuff out of the fuel system. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations about octane ratings, you typically won’t need to run premium gas in your ATV.

  • Monitor the boots, bolts, and nuts; take special notice of the rubber protective “boots” that surround parts like the drive shafts, air intake and other important and expensive-to-fix parts. Grease up the bearings and pivot points on your frame and suspension.

  • Maintain tire pressure; your ATV tire grips terrain much differently than a truck tire does, needing to operate at a lower pressure.

  • Mind the coolant level; check coolant levels before you head down the trail, check your radiator and hoses, check the coolant itself for signs of dirt and overheating. If your coolant is running too hot for a long period of time, it will start to change color and give off a burnt odor.

ATV Attachments

  • Blades

  • Carts

  • Front End Loader

  • Front End Pallet Forks

  • Front End Snow Blade

  • Hitches

  • Rear Mount Cultivator

  • Rear Mount Disc Plow

  • Sprayers

  • Spreaders

  • Tillage Equipment

  • Tub Sled

  • Trailers

  • Winches

[Links to Equipment Type Guides/Manuals]

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ATV Brand Manufacturers

  • Aeon

  • Alpha Sports

  • Apex

  • Arctic Cat

  • Baja

  • Bobcat

  • Bombardier

  • Can-Am

  • Cectek


  • Fox

  • Hammerhead

  • Honda

  • Italika

  • Jaguar

  • John Deere

  • Kawasaki

  • KTM

  • Kubota

  • Kymco

  • Lifan

  • Linhai

  • Logic

  • Magnum

  • Oades

  • PGO

  • Polaris

  • Suzuki

  • TaoTao

  • Yamaha


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