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Frequent questions

Frequent Questions


  • How can I choose the right ATV?

Choosing the best ATV is not easy. The riders have to be aware of several factors to make an informed decision before investing in it. First, you must know that utility and sport are two major categories of ATVs. Utility ATVs have a design compared to sports. It is specially designed for commercial use. For example, to transport heavy loads and push plows. The sports category is designed for high performance and to have fun. This category is quite lightweight yet powerful and easy to handle. It comes with a fascinating and aggressive appearance.


  • How should beginners get ready for ATV rides?

Beginners must start with a simple ATV. They should go through the user manual, educate themselves, and understand each part. Before riding the ATV, the rider must have solid footing to handle gear and controls. It is better to stay off the street and start slow. The beginners are recommended to purchase high-test gasoline and wear protective and safety clothing.


  • What are the safety concerns while riding ATVs?

The ATVs riders should always wear long sleeves, long and loose pants, goggles, gloves, over-the-ankle boots, and DOT-compliant helmets. It is advised not to ride on paved roads. If you prefer to ride on paved roads, you must know the permissions and ride safely. Keep in mind that. ATVs are off-highway vehicles. Riders should never ride it under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


  • What must I look for in a UTV?

When you are committed to a purchase, inspect the UTV in person. You must check out in detail its essential systems, such as the engine, tires, braking system, and shocks. Also, look for potential damage signs. Go for a test ride before making the purchase. If you listen to irregular noises, this may be due to a serious problem in the vehicle.


  • What is the average lifespan of a UTV?

The lifespan of the UTV depends on the brand and model. However, the average lifespan of UTV is 10,000 – 12,000 miles. However, when the vehicle is not well maintained, it may not reach 10000 miles. With regular maintenance, the UTV will last more than 20 years. Most UTVs start showing potential problems after they cover 10,000 miles. With basic attention and care, the lifespan will increase.


  • Why are UTVs more expensive than ATVs?

UTVs are considered workhorses of ATVs. They have way bigger engines with better capacity and sturdier bodies. When you compare UTV with an ATV, UTV offers the best comfort, seamless control, and high safety. It also has sufficient space for passengers; therefore, UTVs are referred to as side-by-sides. Apart from this, UTVs have higher speeds than ATVs.


  • What benefits will you witness when you invest in a UTV?

UTVs have rigid frames, which makes them the perfect choice for extreme weather conditions, especially when you buy a UTV with a windshield. You can use this to transport workers and their tools through muddy terrain without the need to go into the mud. UTVs are also combined with trailers to transport construction materials such as sand, gravel, etc. And sometimes, you can even attach tools to your UTV so it can help you with your activities. UTVs typically have hard and supportive tires, and suspension and shock absorbers can handle all kinds of rough terrain, from muddy fields to rocky mountain passes.


  • How long can a dirt bike last?

The dirt bikes will last up to 5 to 20 years with regular maintenance and on-time servicing. When the bike is not maintained well or used aggressively, its lifespan will get reduced. Usually, a bike designed for sports purposes like racing or riding has a shorter lifespan compared to bikes designed for casual riding.


  • What kind of engines do dirt bikes have?

Dirt bikes mostly have two types of engines – two-stroke engines and four-stroke engines. The two-stroke engines are called cycle motors, smokers, pinger, or 2t. At the same time, the four-stroke engines are called a four-cycle motor, thumper, 250F, and four-banger.


  • How do manual dirt bikes differ from automatic dirt bikes?

Manual dirt bikes need more essential technical and physical skills than automatic dirt bikes. The drivers should undergo specific training to learn gear shifting and understand all the manual controls. However, an automatic dirt bike does not need much expertise or skills. Automatic bikes are also highly safer and easier to ride. It is suitable for all riders, from beginners to experts. It is the best option for new racers because they don’t have to handle the gears.


  • Are motorscooters a great choice for long distances?

A motorscooter is not a bad choice for occasional long trips. Today’s modern scooters are engineered with enough power and potential to meet long-trip needs. However, if you are regular with long rides, you must invest in a bike with at least 150cc or 180cc.


  • What to make ATVs more fuel efficient?

If you want to make your ATV fuel efficient, go for a lightweight model. Regularly change the air filter and check the tire pressure. You must check the brakes and stay updated with its maintenance schedule. The vehicle needs on-time maintenance and servicing as per the manufacturer’s guidelines. The drivers must prevent using high-octane fuel and avoid fuel additives. Also, you have to be wise about the trials with the ATVs.


  • Why are Apollo dirt bikes considered highly reliable?

The Apollo brand of dirt bikes is famous for its reliability. The bike models are designed and engineered to be reliable. It is known for its high sportive performance in all terrain types, irrespective of the conditions. And if something goes wrong with the vehicle, Apollo has an excellent customer support team to help the customers.


  • What are the exclusive features of UTVs?

UTVs are way too long and wider than ATVs. The exclusive features are that it has a gasoline engine. UTVs have side-by-side seats with safety seat belts. Moreover, it also has a roll cage and rear cargo space. These vehicles are safer because of ROPS. The seatbelt will keep the drivers inside the ROPS.