Get the Job Done: Maximizing Your UTV for Farm and Cottage Work

Utility Task Vehicles (UTVs) have taken the world of outdoor work by storm. From farms to vacation cottages, these versatile machines are proving their worth as invaluable tools that combine the load-carrying capacity of small trucks with the maneuverability of ATVs. Whether you’re hauling firewood, transporting supplies, or towing heavy equipment, a UTV can make […]

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Updated June, 2022 So, you want to buy an ATV or UTV. There are many factors to consider before making your purchase. When shopping for your first four-wheeler, you need to first understand the key differences between ATVs and UTVs in order to make the best decision that will suit your lifestyle. This article spotlights […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to ATV/UTV Vocabulary

Over 56,000 new ATVs were sold in Canada in 2020. They’ve become very popular for both work and recreation, but many people still don’t know too much about them. If you want to get into ATVs, one of the first things you want to get to grips with is all of the vehicle terminology. This […]

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A Guide to Using Your UTV For Recreational Purposes

Compared to other off-road vehicles, UTVs are most often used for practical labour-related tasks. Who says you can’t ride your UTV after you clock out? Many riders prefer UTVs for off-work excitement, whether that includes racing, mud-riding, or hunting. Read below to find out what makes UTVs unique and why you might prefer this kind […]

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How to Enjoy Your ATV While Maintaining Social Distancing

Tips to Stay Active and Safe on Your ATV With isolation and social distancing as the new normal in today’s society, getting outdoors and spending time in nature is important to help stay positive and avoid going stir-crazy. If you are an ATV user, this can be an incredibly difficult time but rest assured that […]

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Basic UTV & ATV Maintenance Advice to Keep Your Machine Running Well For Longer ATVs and UTVs are called upon to tackle tough terrain and conditions on a regular basis. They’re designed for fun and functionality in these conditions, but that doesn’t mean riding through mud, puddles, rocks, and even snow won’t take a toll. […]

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