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Top 3 Reasons You Need an ATV

The all-terrain vehicle, or ATV, is compact and edgy, with powerful engines that can take you over the highest of hills and the deepest of trenches. Not sold on an ATV yet, though? This post is for you!

Here are three reasons to buy an ATV:

1. Strength

ATVs are made for uneven, rugged terrain, usually found in mountains or riverbeds. Since this is the case, the probability for collisions and turnovers are high, especially when you consider the uncertainties of off-road driving.

Luckily, ATVs are designed for the unexpected. Crashes, scratches…heck, these vehicles can even survive a turnover and still, in many cases, be okay to drive (but friendly reminder to always drive safely and wear a helmet!). So if you’re looking for something reliable, the ATV is any off-roader’s ride of choice.

2. Speed

Another cool thing about an ATV is its speed. While most ATVs go an average of 40 to 50 miles per hour, other ATVs go insanely fast, with the Polaris Scrambler going upward of 80 miles per hour, according to eBay.

3. Adventure

An off-road ride feels just like it sounds: exciting. With no roads, no signs, and no limits, the ATV can go anywhere your heart wants to take you. Drive up a steep mountain? Done. Roll through the muddy waves of a river? Check. Shred the terrain of a grassy forest? Boom.

Wherever and however you want to go, the ATV will take you there. Why get an ATV? In the words of Carl Fredricksen from Up, “Adventure is out there!” Just don’t take Dug with you and get distracted by the squirrels.

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