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The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) defines an ATV as “a vehicle that travels on low-pressure tires, with a seat that is straddled by the operator with handlebars for steering control.” Uncle Sam’s definition shares most of those elements and specifies ATV’s as having “three or four wheels.”What are the benefits of an ATV?
With their lightweight construction, large wheels, and high maneuverability, ATVs make for ideal mud-bashing machines. Most riders that engage in this form of ATV riding modify their machines with lift kits, snorkels, and larger wheels for improved performance. ATVs are not just for fun and play but also for great little utility machines.What is the difference between a motorcycle and an ATV?
An ATV is a 3 or 4-wheeled vehicle with low-pressure tires and a seat that the operator straddles with one leg on each side. ATVs are controlled by two steering handlebars. The difference between a motorcycle and an ATV is that motorcycles have two wheels and ATVs have three or four.What are the different types of ATVs?
ATVs are subdivided into two types as designated by the manufacturer. Type I ATVs are intended by the manufacturer for use by a single operator and no passenger. Type II ATVs are intended by the manufacturer for use by an operator and a passenger, and are equipped with a designated seating position behind the operator.