The Best ATV Mud Tires for Mud Season

ATV mud tires are a must this spring!

Get The Best ATV Tires So You Don’t Get Stuck in the Mud

Spring is just about here, so you know what that means! Mud season is upon us. If you’re anything like us, you’ve been itching all winter to get back on the trails. Flinging dirt, riding with your buddies, does it get any better? Well if you get stuck in the mud, it can definitely get a lot worse.

But is there any avoiding it in mud season? Well, the answer is yes! If you’re a serious rider, and if you’re reading our blog you probably are, you need yourself a new set of wheels. Keep reading to see all of the best mud tires you can get for your ATV this mud season.

The Best ATV Tires For Mudding

the best ATV mud tires for mudding

So what are the best tires for mudding? Well, we can tell you one thing, it’s probably not your stock set of wheels. While your stock tires will get you through most situations, they’re designed kind of like your all-weather tires for your car. They’re pretty good at handling all sorts of different situations, but it can have trouble in extreme conditions. 

Getting stuck up to your waist in mud is definitely one of those extreme conditions. So what do you do to make it through the mud? Well, you have to come prepared for it, of course! So let’s take a look at what makes a mud tire so much better. 

What Makes an ATV Mud Tire Different?

Your regular tires are going to get you through a lot of tough situations. But for the most extreme terrains, you will really need some extra power. 

Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of mud tires

Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of mud tires:

  • Better Performance – One of the most important things your mud tires will do is power you through those really rough patches of mud. If you get yourself stuck with normal tires, you can get yourself in some deep trouble. Dirt, water, and other particles can get into your engine, cake up your shocks, and cause huge amounts of expensive damage if not taken care of quickly. With the added power of mud tires, your ATV won’t get a chance to get stuck! 
  • Traction – Loose terrain like rock, or even some dirt can cause you to lose traction on your ATV. While this might happen occasionally and it’s fine, it can spell some serious trouble in the wrong situation. The deep grooves of mud tires are made to stick to the ground and give you a firm grip on the earth beneath you. 
  • Durability – Your ATV tires should be durable, period. But with mud tires, you’re getting an entirely new level of durability. The tires are made to be thicker and tougher to handle more intense terrains and harsher obstacles. Any ATV tire is made to be tough, but a mud tire has that added durability to depend on for a long time. 
Your ATV tires should be durable, period

Heavy Duty Vs. All-Terrain ATV Mud Tires

One consideration you’re going to have to make when looking for mud tires is what type of mud tires you want. They fall into two basic categories: heavy-duty and all-terrain tires.

Heavy-duty tires are going to be the toughest tires that money can buy. They’re great for all different types of off-road terrain including rocks, gravel, dirt, mud, and just about anything you can think of. They’re designed with incredibly thick treads to give the best traction possible.

However, they are not good for use on the street. Heavy-duty mud tires are best for an ATV that you can trailer to and from your favorite trail.

All-terrain tires do the best they can to give that same durability and traction. There’s definitely nothing wrong with all-terrain mud tires, they’re just not quite as aggressive as their heavy-duty cousins.

However, all-terrain tires are usually better at street riding meaning you can ride your ATV straight to your favorite trail without trailering. 

What You Need to Know Before Looking at mud tires for your ATV this spring

What You Need to Know Before Looking at ATV Mud Tires

So just like with anything, there’s plenty to know about ATV mud tires (if you couldn’t tell from this blog already). Nobody wants to walk into a store and look like they don’t know what they’re talking about.

Even worse, nobody wants to walk into a store looking like they don’t know what they’re talking about and then get taken advantage of. So here are some things you want to know and think about before you start shopping:

ATV Mud Tire Features

ATV Mud Tire Features

  • Tread – On tires, you’ll see treads rated as a “ply-rating”. In the most basic sense, this just means how big the space between the treads is. The larger space is, the easier your tires grip onto the surface. ATV mud tires are usually rated from 6-ply up to 10-ply. Some thicker tread patterns are even designed to eject mud and stones from your tires as they spin.
  • Sidewalls – Your sidewalls are another feature of the tire that has their own rating you want to consider. Just like with your treads, sidewalls are rated by a ply-rating, usually from 3-ply and up. The thicker your sidewalls are the more durable your tires will be against punctures.
  • Shoulder Tread – In addition to the tread on the direct outside of your tires, mud tires also feature shoulder treads. This helps to give you more stability and traction when shouldering turns. The wider your treads go onto the shoulder, the more traction you’re going to have. 

All of the Best ATV Tires For Riding in the Mud

we love the ITP Mega Mayhem  ATV mud tires

ITP Mega Mayhem 

First on our list comes from one of the originators in the mud tire world, ITP. They were one of the first companies to manufacture a specific mud tire for ATVs called the Blackwater tires. ITP is still making some of the finest tires you can buy, and the Mega Mayhem is our top pick!

It’s a tire that’s great at sinking down and finding whatever traction there is to be had below the surface of that mud. It’s not great for paddling through the really deep lakes of mud you’ll find some places, but there are few tires you can count on for so much control. 

we love the SuperATV Assassinator Mud Tires for the mud season

SuperATV Assassinator Mud Tires 

Next up on our list is a seriously badass set of tires from SuperATV, the Assassinator mud tires. The real treasure of the Assasinators comes from the tread design.

They’re designed to be self-cleaning, flinging off all the unwanted mud, muck, rocks and more. The extremely deep treads actually even wrap all the way around the tire to the rim. It gives you unparalleled traction while shouldering.

It’s also designed to give you great traction anywhere else. Whether you’re spinning through mud, dirt, rocks, or anything else, those treads are going to bite down deep and keep you moving. It’s a great tire for the most extreme off-road conditions.

High Lifter Outlaw III ATV mud tires are super great on the trails

High Lifter Outlaw III

High Lifter are well known for making some fantastic quality tires and their mud tires are no different. The original model, the Outlaw I, and its predecessor, the Outlaw II are both well-revered designs in mud tire technology. The Outlaw III carries on that tradition by being one of the highest quality tires you can take into the bog. 

Just take a look at how it handles in clay and mud. The deep tread designs are able to handle a multitude of different terrains and really dig in to find solid traction. The tread designs have been steadily improved upon from model to model and we have to say, they’ve truly outdone themselves with the Outlaw III!

the ITP MudLite II ATV mud tires will rock the muddy trails this spring

ITP MudLite II

Now we’ve already discussed ITP, but they’re good enough to show up twice on our list! The MudLite is one of their best selling tires due to its fantastic design, and the MudLite II is even better! While the wheel is based on the original model and features a lot of similar design, the improvements are really awesome. 

One of the biggest improvements is the claw tread added between the larger treads. The purpose of these smaller and more shallow treads is to reduce suction on your tires.

If you’re in the mud long enough the wells between your treads can fill with mud and create a suction effect. This hangs onto the mud and doesn’t allow for your treads to grip the dirt. With these added, smaller treads, it reduces the tires’ ability to act like a mud magnet giving you better traction throughout the day.

who doesn't love the Maxxis Maxxzilla ATV mud Tires?

Maxxis Maxxzilla

One last one on our list today, but certainly far from the least is the Maxxis Maxxzilla. These bad boys are big, beefy, and give you the extreme control you’re looking for. One notable feature of the Maxxzillas is that the treads are very soft and pliable. Now, this isn’t to say that you should be worried about punctures.

What that actually means is that it’s extremely well equipped to form itself and grip onto just about any surface. Maxxzilla tires are like a chameleon, ready to adapt to any terrain, any surface, and give you the best handling possible. 

Staying Ahead of the Pack With the Best ATV Mud Tires

Staying Ahead of the Pack With the Best ATV Mud Tires

There’s always that one person in the group. They’ve been stuck in the mud for 15 minutes, and it doesn’t look like they’re getting out anytime soon. Everyone takes a break, gets out the tow rope and gets them out of trouble. It takes time out of the day, and that’s less time you get to spend tearing up the trails.

What’s even worse is when you are that person. No one wants to be the person holding everyone else up, so give yourself an upgrade this year! Slap some new mud tires on your favorite ATV and get down to business this mud season!

Tips & Tricks for Doing Your Own ATV Customization

DIY ATV customization

Super Cool DIY Customization Ideas for Your ATV and/or UTV

One of the best parts about riding your ATV is that it’s just you and your machine. In a way, your ATV becomes an extension of your personality, and sometimes you have to treat yourself! There are all sorts of fancy custom ATVs you could buy pre-fabbed, but that’s not really personal. The best way to customize your ATV is to do it yourself! Let’s take a look at some ideas for DIY ATV customization!

DIY ATV Customization Ideas

power steering is an awesome ATV customization you can do yourself

Power Steering

We like to think our All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) can handle everything, but sometimes we can’t handle everything. When you’ve been out on the trail for 5 hours, it’s not surprising that you might get pretty bushed. That makes for a really long ride home. So what can you do about it?

Well, how about installing a power steering kit into your ATV? It might sound like a pipe dream but it exists! You can actually buy a power steering kit that you can easily install yourself. Best of all, they’re custom-made for all different sorts of makes and models, so you know that yours will work correctly. 

Adding power steering greatly reduces the amount of effort you need to turn your ATV, and the system reduces steering feedback from the terrain. It’s really great for riders who want to go out for long periods of time and not be too sore the next day. Check out how easy installation is! This is a really useful ATV customization.

tires are also awesome

Tires

Your ATV is a powerful machine, definitely. But at the end of the day it’s really your tires that make it “all-terrain”. The stock tires that come on most ATVs are “all-purpose” tires, and they’ve made so that riders from all different regions and climates can ride the same machine without losing too much handling. But let’s face it, you’re probably not riding on sand one day, mud the next, and going over rocks next weekend.

Buying tires for the type of terrain that you’re going to ride on most is going to give you the best riding experience. Sure, your all-purpose tires are going to get you where you want to go. But having tires that are specifically designed for the environment you’re riding on will give you handling as you’ve never felt before! ATV customizations can be as simple as buying tires specific to your needs!

Exhaust your DIY ATV customization by getting a new exhaust... haha, get it?

Exhaust

The beauty of putting a custom exhaust on your ATV is that it does so many different things. You can use an aftermarket exhaust to give your ATV more horsepower, to make it louder (or quieter), or just to make it a little safer. One important thing to keep in mind is that you only want to install an exhaust made by a company you trust. There are plenty of aftermarket products out there, and they’re not all the safest.

Another thing to keep in mind is that just because your exhaust is louder doesn’t mean you’re getting any more horsepower out of your engine. What actually gives you more horsepower is an exhaust that has a wide diameter. This allows for more gas to escape the engine and relieve pressure on the engine, which lets it run more efficiently.

Most slip-on exhausts are easy to install yourself. Any exhaust kit you get should come with the hardware you need, but you can pick up replacements at the hardware store. Just slip it on, secure your bolts, and let that throttle rip!

paint and decals

Paint and Decals 

One final way you can really give your ATV a customized feeling is to apply your own paint job or decals. Your ATV is an extension of your personality, so let people know you’re colorful! The best part about doing this is that it’s a pretty easy process. Just a couple rounds of cleaning and sanding and you’re ready to start applying paint!

Another ATV customization you can do is to apply decals! Whether it’s your name, your race number, your country’s flag, or whatever else. You can get just about anything in a decal. Decals are a fun way to show off who you are and where your from whether you’re racing or just riding the trails. You can even design your own custom decals!

making your custom atv your own

Make it Your Own: DIY ATV Customization

You didn’t get your ATV to blend into the crowd. You got it to be loud, show off, and have fun! So don’t settle for the original stock parts on your ATV. Not only does ATV customizations make it look cooler, but with the right adjustments, it’s going to run better, too! And it doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg for service, either. Thanks to these awesome DIY ATV customizations, you can do it at home.

Check out our blog to see ATV and UTV buyer’s guides, checklists, and more from your friends at TMS Parts!

What are the Best Utility Vehicles to Get for Yourself?

the best utility vehicle for every job you can think of

UTV’s for Every Job

UTV’s have so many different functions and purposes they can serve. Do you need a handy vehicle for yardwork and landscaping? UTV’s can do that. Do you want a fun vehicle you can take out on the trails with your friends and family? UTV’s can do that, too. But there are just as many different kinds of UTV’s as there are ways to use them. So how can you know which is the best one? Well here are some of the best utility vehicles to fit every need.

here are the best utility vehicles

Not Your Dad’s John Deere – Here Are The Best Utility Vehicles

UTV’s have come a long way in a short amount of time. There are all sorts of different models that value sport, endurance, or just getting everyday jobs done. Here are a few of the best utility vehicles for every kind of purpose.

Kawasaki Mule SX

the Kawasaki Mule SX is a great UTV

The Mule SX is one of the best workhorse candidates on our list. With a name like Mule, that’s hardly a surprise. It definitely lives up to that name, too. The bed has a weight capacity of up to 400 lbs, and it has a towing capacity of 1,100. It’s fit for all of those tough jobs around your property. Get all of that heavy lifting done around the house or farm without tearing up the grass with your pickup. 

Yamaha Wolverine X4 SE

don't even think about messing with the Yamaha Wolverine X4 SE UTV!

The Wolverine X4 SE is a really great all-around UTV, but it definitely shines the hardest on the trail. It’s got an 847cc engine under that hood that is really great at tackling any kind of terrain. Mud, dirt, hills, or just water, the Wolverine can get you through anything. With a full-under body skid plate and an industry-leading CVT, the Wolverine was built to last. Best of all it’s got seating for four, so you can take everybody with you!

Polaris RZR XP 1000

the Polaris RZR 1000 is not a UTV that could be called anything but the best!

Are you looking for a more personalized UTV? Something with a lot of raw power that’s also built for two riders? The Polaris RZR XP 1000 is a great choice for you! The RZR has a staggering 110 horses under the hood, and it was made for sports riding. Any terrain, any weather, the RZR can handle it. It’s also got some great new upgrades from previous year’s models with LED headlights and an optional 7” touch-screen display inside to give you total control.

Can-Am Maverick Trail

the Can-Am Maverick Trail UTV is definitely one of the best utility vehicles out there!

The body on the Can-Am Maverick Trail is a bit closer to the sporty side, but don’t let that fool you. On the inside, there are over 5 gallons of storage space, not to mention the bed in the back. It’s a great UTV for hitting the trails with its selectable 2WD and 4WD to give you all the low-end torque or high-end power that you could ask for. It has a steel frame, integrated steel bumper, and full skid-plates so that it can withstand just about any abuse you can put it through.

The Best Utility Vehicles for Every Job

find out why we think all these UTVs are the best for the job... any job!

There is a UTV built for every need under the sun. While it’s great to have options, it can also be pretty overwhelming. That’s why we went through the trouble of finding all of the best utility vehicles available right now from our favorite manufacturers. Hopefully, this makes your next big job around the house or outing with friends the best one yet!

And if you’re interested in some great UTV and ATV Fall events, be sure to check out our blog! We always have the hook-ups, folks. That’s just how we do.

The 7 Awesome ATV and UTV Accessories You Gotta Have

find out what TMS Parts' favorite UTV and ATV accessories are!

TMS Parts’ List of Must-Have ATV and UTV Accessories

Whether you’re riding through the trails in the woods, flinging dirt in the field, or just getting some work done on the farm, everyone uses their ATV differently. Some people need a workhorse, and some people just want to have fun in the summertime. Every rider has a different need and a different personality. That’s why you see so many ATV and UTV accessories. In fact, you probably see so many that it can be hard to know what’s worth looking for. That’s why we compiled this list of our favorite ATV and UTV accessories for every type of rider!

The Best ATV Accessories

There are so many different ways and reasons to ride, as you well know. But here are some of our favorite ATV accessories for every lifestyle.

a Cargo Carrier is a great ATV accessory

1. Cargo Carrier 

ATV’s come with a certain amount of storage space. There’s a place to put your wallet, your phone, a spare set of sunglasses, and perhaps some other essentials. But where are you supposed to put cornhole boards, beach chairs, or the drink cooler? If you’re reading this list of great UTV and ATV accessories and parts, you know the answer is on your cargo carrier!

As long as your ATV or UTV has a hitch on it, you can install a cargo carrier. ATV cargo carriers are specially sized to fit behind your vehicle without sticking out on the sides. Don’t go trying to fit your Jeep Wrangler cargo carrier on the back of your Honda, though. Trust us, you’re going to have a pretty bad time. 

Carriers come in both rack and box forms. Kawasaki’s high-strength polyethylene cargo box has a rubber-sealed lid, lockable latches, and bolts in place so your gear is always safe and secure.

find the perfect front grab bar for your UTV or ATV

2. Front Grab Bar

Sometimes riding an ATV isn’t easy. If you ask our opinion, if it’s not easy, you’re doing it right. But if your ATV or UTV is stuck in the mud, you won’t be doing much of anything. So when you need to guide your horse out of some muddy waters, you’re going to want a front grab bar.

Heavy-duty grab bars are some of the best. Yamaha makes theirs with aluminum alloy tubing and sheet metal. The bar is tough, durable, and made to last. It fits a wide range of years and a few different models, so you don’t have to scratch your head too much wondering which bar to get for your Yamaha.

an ATV winch will be the saver of the day if you're in a pinch!

3. ATV Winch 

Here’s another one for all the mud-lovers and people who love having a hard time! If you’ve been out for some real-deal-Holifield mudding, you’ve probably gotten yourself stuck before. Perhaps you’ve got a friend with an ATV/UTV winch. So you know what a blessing it can be to have someone to pull you out. If you don’t have a friend with a winch, you know how hard it is to get a full-size ATV out of a full-size mud puddle.

However, the great people at Polaris make a wide variety of winches in different strengths to suit any level of need. Their selection includes winches with capacities of 3,500 lbs. They also sell synthetic rope, and remote controls to pull your winch automatically. Polaris’ best selling winch has a capacity of 2,500 lbs and comes with a 1-year warranty.

find an ATV skid plate that can work well for your ATV or one for your UTV

4. Skid Plate 

It doesn’t matter what kind of rider you are. No doubt, your ATV is going to take a beating. Not just from the rough riding, the mud holes, and the nasty spills, either. It’s also taking a beating in ways we don’t always think about. Your undercarriage is constantly being assaulted by dirt, debris, and small stones.

That’s why a lot of riders like to get a skid plate ATV accessory! A skid plate is a metal plate that attaches to the underside of your ATV and protects the exposed parts from all of that excessive debris you don’t want caking up your parts. 

Yamaha makes a really quality skid plate made of aluminum that is 3 mm thick. This replaces your plastic skid plate, which likely decays more easily. Yamaha also sells skid plate extensions that can cover more of your undercarriage and keep you riding clean well into the season.

sometimes you need a little help! ATV accessories can do that

5. Disc Harrow 

ATV’s aren’t always all fun and games. Sometimes we have to put them to work. Farmers are definitely no strangers to ATV’s. They can be a really convenient tool to have on the farm. It’s not a horse that you have to feed or a huge tractor that you have to store and take care of. ATV’s are a perfect tool for the smaller jobs that are too much for just your hands.

If you’re planting food plots this summer for yourself (or to attract deer), you might want to check out the wide variety of disc harrows available for ATVs. Disc harrows can easily help you make bedding areas for a new food source on your property. And they get the job done without breaking your back. There are all different kinds of the disc and chain harrows to choose from for your ATV accessories.

cover it in mud, clean it, and then use a ATV cover to keep it clean and safe!

6. ATV Cover

If your family is like mine, they don’t let you keep your ATV in the garage. “It smells like gas, it’s ugly”. Well, remind me not to tell you what I think of you guys (in case my wife is reading this is a JOKE). You don’t want to keep your ATV outside in the harsh elements though, so what are you going to do? Get a properly sized ATV cover for your make and model! This ATV accessory is a great way to keep your ride out of the harsh weather, and also out of the way of your loving family (are they still reading?). 

Arctic Cat makes really great covers for your ATV or UTV with urethane-coated exteriors. They make covers specifically for storage and for trailers. So you’re good to go no matter where you’re storing your vehicle! Yes, even whether it’s for riding to your favorite trail or for the whole fall and winter.

battery chargers can be a god-send!

7. Battery Charger

It doesn’t matter if you’re racing, having fun, or getting to work, we all need a battery charger in case of an emergency. If you’re trying to get the field plowed, or just get out on the trails with some friends, a dead battery is going to ruin your day. Pull-starting your ATV and letting it idle while the battery charges back up aren’t much better. 

If you want to recharge your battery without having to devote half of your day to staring at your ATV in the backyard, consider getting a battery charger. Just hook up your charger to the wall and let it sit while you get some other work done. Kawasaki makes great and affordable battery chargers that will get you back on the trails before you know it!

find the perfect ATV accessory for you!

UTV and ATV Accessories for Every Lifestyle

Making food plots for deer, riding on the rugged ridges, and just getting around; there are tons of reasons why we need our ATV’s, and even more ways we can customize them. Depending on the manufacturer of your ATV, you might need some specific accessories. 

Make sure to check the manufacturer’s website. And maybe even check out a forum for your brand of ATV or UTV to discover personal suggestions. We hope you saw something that you liked and inspires you to get out on the trails. Hope to see you out there with your favorite ATV accessories! Happy Trails!

ATV vs UTV: Which One is Best for You?

ATV's vs UTV's

ATV vs UTV: Which Off-Road Vehicle Is Right For Your Needs?

If you’re in the market for a new off-road vehicle but aren’t sure which one is right for you, you’ve come to the right place! ATV’s vs UTV’s might both have four wheels, but they’re pretty different animals when you take a closer look at them.

So let’s take a little dive into the world of off-road vehicles and see what exactly is the difference between ATV’s vs UTV’s. And most importantly, deciding which is the correct vehicle for your needs.

What Makes an ATV vs a UTV?

All Terrain Vehicle

ATV stands for All-Terrain Vehicle. It is also sometimes called a “quad” or “four-wheeler”, of course referencing the wheels. The tires tend to be filled to a lower pressure than UTV’s or cars. With a little effort and money, you can make your ATV street-legal, but it is really designed to handle many different kinds of outdoor terrain.

Characteristic ATV Features

Handling

ATV’s are controlled by a set of handlebars, much like a motorcycle. Similarly, it is also straddled like a motorcycle. It has a smaller body than a UTV and is designed to handle more acutely in dicey situations.

Seating

Most ATV’s are designed for a single rider, although there are double-seaters as well. If you prefer to ride alone or to test your skills against other riders, the ATV might be the right choice for you.

Safety

All motor vehicles are made safer by following safety guidelines. This means wearing proper protective gear such as helmets and gloves. However, ATV’s are generally a little less safe than UTV’s. According to data published by the National Trauma Data Bank, ATV’s are more dangerous than dirtbikes and about as dangerous as motorcycles.

No matter what vehicle you choose, it is extremely important to get one with an engine and size that meets your physical size and handling abilities so as to ensure optimum safety.

rip it up on your ATV

Uses

ATV’s are mainly used for recreation, sport, and for getting through a tighter situation than a UTV can handle. Professional uses for ATV’s include farming, land surveying, emergency medical services and many more.

ATV vs UTV Advantages

The biggest factor for some people is money, and if that is your deciding factor, an ATV is probably right for you. Quads are generally cheaper than UTV’s, although this can vary, of course. Remember, when factoring out your costs you always need to think of additional costs, like safety gear and insurance.

What Makes a UTV vs an ATV?

Utility Task Vehicle

The acronym UTV stands for Utility Task Vehicle. It is often called a “side by side”, and written as SXS for shorthand. UTV’s are the workhorse of the off-road vehicle world and are built to be tougher, sturdier, and more stable than an ATV.

Characteristic UTV Features

Handling

While an ATV is very much akin to a motorcycle, UTV’s are much more like a car. They are controlled by a steering wheel. They are not always made for the most extreme terrains but are fully capable of handling them, depending on how your UTV is set up.

Seating

Seating in UTV’s tend to be one of two styles. Most use either bench seats or bucket seats. UTV’s were designed with more than one rider in mind (hence side by side). SXS’s are usually 2 or 4 seaters, but there are also 6 seaters available, and they usually have some sort of storage compartment for additional belongings, tools, etc.

Safety

One of the best safety features on the UTV is the ROPS or Roll Over Protective System. In layman’s terms, it refers to the roll-cage overhead. Many of the reported injuries from ATV’s vs UTV’s are caused by rolling the vehicle over. This UTV roll cage provides the extra protection on top to keep you from being crushed or flung across the field like a rag doll.

Other safety features include seat belts, a windshield, and lights on the front and back of the vehicle. If you want to get an off-road vehicle to safely enjoy with your family, the UTV might be the right choice.

rip it up on your UTV... with friends aboard!

Uses

They don’t call it a utility vehicle for nothin’! One of the biggest differences between ATV’s vs UTV’s is that there is ample storage space. One of the main uses of UTV’s has always been agricultural. However, they are now more often popping up in different environments. It isn’t uncommon to see them at schools to transport athletic equipment or by landscapers to transport tools.

UTV vs ATV Advantages

There are a few deciding factors that might make the UTV a better option for what you need. It’s a better option for riding safely with friends and family on the same vehicle. The extra storage space also makes it superior for hauling and transporting. While it might be more expensive than an ATV (on average), it’s pretty well justified in the additional safety features and uses as a tool in your arsenal.

Deciding on the Best Utility Vehicle For You: ATV’s vs UTV’s

which is best? the ATV's vs UTV's?

While an ATV might be more geared towards fun than work, it can get some heavy-duty jobs done, too! Similarly, UTV’s are designed to be your workhorse, but they can also be used for fun. There are so many different modifications that can be made and activities that you can use both kinds of vehicles for.

Both ATV’s and UTV’s have their strengths and weaknesses, however. Hopefully, this outline of some of the bigger differences of an ATV’s vs UTV’s will help you choose which vehicle is right for you and your own needs.
If you want some additional information on ATV’s vs UTV’s, what they’re used for, and how they work, make sure to check out our blog for all sorts of interesting and informative articles!

adventure time  ATV's vs UTV's!