Best Riding Practise for an ATV / UTV

Best Riding Practise for an ATV / UTV

BEST RIDING PRACTISE FOR ATVs – Polaris Scrambler and Polaris Sportsman Despite its fun and reassuring aspect due to the stability of the four wheels, it requires good reflexes and dynamic anticipation due to the uneven terrains you may ride on. The position of the...
What License is Required for Quads / ATVs / UTVs?

What License is Required for Quads / ATVs / UTVs?

In the UK you do not need a driving licence to ride a quad bike / ATV off-road on private land. If you are just riding off-road you do not need to tax or register your ATV / UTV. However, there is an ‘off-road register’ where you can record the details of your quad,...
What is an ATV?

What is an ATV?

An ATV is an all-terrain vehicle. It is designed with four low-pressure tyres and a seat that has been designed to be straddled by the operator, with handle bars for steering. When riding together / with a passenger, riders sit one behind the other with passenger...
What is an SSV / UTV?

What is an SSV / UTV?

An SSV / UTV is also known as a side by side vehicle / utility task vehicle. Seating one to six people side by side, the four-wheel-drive vehicle is typically a larger machine than a quad bike or ATV, and is fitted with a roll bar for added protection. Polaris offers...
Polaris Ranger Stories: ground maintenance

Polaris Ranger Stories: ground maintenance

Hardest working. Smoothest riding. The Polaris Ranger is one of the bestselling utility side-by-sides across the globe, and has earned its reputation as the ultimate utility vehicle with over one million vehicles built and counting. To showcase the versatility of the...
Polaris Sportsman 570 and Wessex SS-618-P sprayer

Polaris Sportsman 570 and Wessex SS-618-P sprayer

The Polaris Sportsman 570 heading to a pumpkin & maize farm, fitted with a Wessex SS-618-P sprayer with hand lance, hose, 1.5m boom & pressure control. #polarissportsman #pumpkin #maizemaze The new Polaris Sportsman 570 has greater smoothness, strength and...