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Riding Your ATV Safely in the Rain

As freeing and fun as it is to ride your ATV in the rain, there’s a lot you need to consider while you are riding. Normal conditions change when the rain starts to fall. There are a different set of best practices to help you stay safe when the terrain gets slick. Keep in mind that after days or weeks without rain, oil buildup on the terrain makes the first rainfall even more treacherous.

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Thinking Ahead - The XFORCE

Does a crossover machine, combining a utility machine with a high-performance machine that can deliver power when you hit the gas, and also give you the tools to get the job done first sound appealing? What features of the ZFORCE and UFORCE would you like to see incorporated in this new machine?

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How to Prevent High Elevation Sickness

Altitude or elevation sickness includes multiple symptoms that happen to your body when you are exposed to a higher elevation within a short period of time. Altitude sickness occurs when you are riding your ATV or side by side to a higher elevation quickly. The higher you climb, the lower the air pressure and oxygen levels get. Our bodies can handle the shift, but they need time to gradually adjust.

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Do You Need a License to Operate an ATV?

ATV riders in most states who were born after a specified date are required to complete an approved ATV Safety Course, and carry a state-mandated ATV Safety Certificate with them while riding on public lands. Some states may also require operators to carry a license even if they are riding on their own private property. Check with your state to find out how the regulations apply to you.

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The Best ATV Accessories for Riders

Now that you have purchased your CFMOTO ATV or side by side, it’s time to purchase a few accessories that will enhance your riding experience. Below, we list some essential accessories, as we as a few extras just for fun.

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Comparing ATVs and Side by Sides

When choosing the right all-terrain vehicle for your work needs, lifestyle, or sense of adventure, you have two main options: ATVs and side by sides. There are subtle similarities and differences between the two.

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What Size ATV Do You Need?

One of the most important factors in purchasing a CFMOTO ATV is the size of the vehicle. When describing the size of an ATV or side by side, we often refer to the cubic centimeters (CC) or the volume of the cylinders in the vehicle’s engine. This is also known as engine displacement. The CCs affect the overall engine power and how smooth your ride is.

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Tips for Adding an Audio System to Your ATV

When adding a sound system to your ATV, you have lots of options to choose from. There is a wide range of handlebar speakers, amp kits, ATV mounts and other accessories that a durable enough to handle rough terrain rides. Check with your local audio system dealers to find out which brands and systems are best for your vehicle.

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Best Place to Ride in the Western U.S.

With thousands upon thousands of square miles, the Western United States features unlimited possibilities for ATV and utility side by side riders. You can choose your favorite climate, geography, or terrain no matter which direction you go. Whether you’re looking for a scenic vacation with the family, or you want to try your hand at some of the roughest trails in the country, the West has it all.

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DIY Maintenance You Can Perform on Your ATV

Once you purchase your ATV, you will need to slowly break it in. No matter how tempted you are to test the limits of your vehicle, go easy on it at first. CFMOTO ATVs and side by sides have their own set of break-in procedures. Check with your dealer to find out the best way to break your vehicle in.

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