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There are plenty of reasons to take an ATV down a trail in Arizona. If you enjoy scenic views at a faster pace than hiking, you love the action and intensity of splashing through mud and climbing hillsides. If you just like taking your ATV out for a spin through nature, there's a perfect ATV trail system waiting for you somewhere in the Grand Canyon State. Take a look at the five best ATV trails in Arizona and what makes each one special.Read More
Colorado is filled with ATV trails, but not all are equally calm or accessible to beginners. Whether you are new to ATV trails yourself, you're bringing kids along for the ride, or you just prefer the more scenery-focused trails out there, these paths are your best bet for a fun ATV adventure.Read More

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An ATV gives you quite a rush because it packs a great deal of power and can go virtually anywhere. Besides being a great recreational vehicle, it can also take on many other roles, including transporting materials, snowplowing, winching, and much more. Currently, most of the ATVs on the market are well-built with robust body structures and reliable engines. Nonetheless, you must do certain things to get your ATV to function optimally. Here's how to get the most out of your ATV.Read More
If you enjoy off-roading and wine-tasting, combine your two passions by exploring some of the best wine-tasting trails in Oregon Wine Country. This region is home to more than 500 wineries, some of which are located along scenic off-road trails.Read More

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If you're at all interested in off-road driving, you've come across the acronyms UTV and ATV. The first stands for "utility vehicle," and the second stands for "all-terrain vehicle."Read More

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Riding an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is an exciting way to explore off-road trails. However, you should exercise extra caution in order to avoid unnecessary trouble.Read More
Riding an off-road vehicle is a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and get closer to nature.Read More
The United States, with its variety of terrain types, is a great place for off-roading.Read More
If you're an off-roading enthusiast living or traveling in Michigan, you'll be happy to learn that there are many places where you can indulge in your favorite pastime.Read More

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Arizona is a great place for ATV lovers. The state is full of canyons, mountains, deserts, forests, and national monuments, so you can enjoy an afternoon tooling around on your all-terrain vehicle and then spend the evening admiring the view with a picnic meal. You don't have to look hard to find an ATV trail in Arizona, but if you want to experience one of the best trails around you should take a trip down one of the trails on this list.

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Tennessee is more than the home state for country music and the former home of Elvis Presley. If you love the outdoors, it's the perfect place for you. Miles of wilderness and places for hiking, fishing, rock climbing, and other outdoor activities are spread throughout the state.

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The most popular reason to purchase ATV insurance in South Dakota is simply because you want to take your ATV out on the blacktop. To maintain legal insurance coverage in South Dakota, you will need to have both liability coverage and uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage. 

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Utah residents are lucky. Unlike residents of many other states, they have the ability to legally drive their ATVs on the road. Of course, this privilege comes with a few rules and regulations — like obtaining insurance.

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Your vehicle contains lots of gaskets, and it's important to know how to avoid blowing one, the signs that one is about to go bad, and what to look for if it blows. These are four tips to avoid blowing a gasket.

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Some people think that climbing on an ATV and going for a ride is just as simple as taking your regular car for a ride around the neighborhood. After all, both vehicles have four wheels, right? Wrong. Remember when you first learned to drive, and how difficult it was to learn to shift, steer, turn, and so on?

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If you are thinking about buying an ATV, you need to be willing to invest some time and money into the maintenance over the year. That is, if you want your ATV to last, you need to give it some TLC. However, this doesn't mean you'll be draining all of your cash into ATV maintenance. With a smaller engine and generally cheaper parts, the maintenance of an ATV is going to be far cheaper than the maintenance of an automobile. That being said, it is helpful to know what to expect when it comes to the cost of owning an ATV before making the investment.

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The Cornhusker state has a lot of things going for it: the largest aquifer, more miles of river than any state, and Spam (the canned meat, not the stuff you get in your email). Nebraska also has some great places to ride your off-road vehicle, like the sandy hills, grassy meadows, and even a great motocross track.

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If you think Louisiana is all New Orleans and Mardi Gras, think again. This place is one of the most popular destinations for off-roading, and there are tons of options. Mud bogs, national forest, and even the “Disneyland of ATV parks” are all available in the great state of Louisiana. People travel from all over the country to ride the huge variety of trails offered in this state.

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If you live in Arizona, you have a luxury many other states don't enjoy. You can legally ride your ATV on state roads and highways. To take advantage of this perk, you will need to do a few things first to take your off-road vehicle on the road.

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Tires can make or break your ATV. That is, if you want to maximize your engine power and fully utilize your machine, it is essential that it is equipped with the right tires. You're going to have more fun on your machine if you are using the right tires for the terrain you are riding. This might mean that you need to own a few different sets of tires, especially if you take your ATV with you on trips and ride it in all conditions.

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Oklahoma is one of the most friendly OHV and ATV states in the nation. Thousands of miles of trails invite all levels of riders to challenge themselves and see some beautiful countryside. Oklahoma has a ton of great trails, but here are four can't-miss trails for you to check out.

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Regular maintenance of your ATV is important to getting long lasting performance from your machine. This includes winterizing your ATV. Of course there are some places where even in the winter you can drive your four-wheeler on a regular basis, riding around in the snow or ice on local roads, or even off-road. However, if your plan is to store your quad for the winter, it's time to get busy and get it put safely away until spring or summer.

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West Virginia is a good state for ATVs and other off-highway vehicles (OHVs). The mountains and foothills of the Appalachians dominate the eastern side of the state. In the west, you have the Ohio River and all the hills and valleys surrounding it. You don't need to go anywhere in particular to find a fun off-road trail or overgrown forest road to explore. If you know where to look, you can find a few spots that are absolutely unforgettable.

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Finding a good spot for off-roading in Colorado is easy. Just go at least as far west as Denver or Colorado Springs, point yourself west, and then keep turning off the main roads until the pavement ends. But if you want to go somewhere with steady, telling trails, you simply need to know where to go.

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Taking your ATV or side-by-side 4x4 out on some trails is one of the best ways to see the fall colors, and there's no better place to do this than in Michigan. The state offers a variety of ATV-friendly trails for riders of all ages and levels of experience.

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Fall is here, and it's time to get out and take in the fall colors. There is no better way to do this than on an ATV. You can get up close and personal with the fall foliage and have an adrenaline rush at the same time. Of course, you can't legally ride your ATV just anywhere. Here are two great trails in Maine that you should get out on right now to enjoy the fall foliage.

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ATVs are fun to use and get around on. But just like any other mode of transportation, they need tools to keep them in good working order while in use. It's not always possible to expect the problems that can happen on the go. You'll need five tools in your ATV toolkit to tackle any challenge out on the trail designed to get you back in one piece.

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Being able to see while on an ATV, bike, or scooter is important, especially at night. But the headlights that make it easier for you to see the road (and for others to see you) start becoming hazy over time, resulting in lights that aren't as bright in the darkness or fog. This is especially concerning when the cooler weather comes and the days start getting shorter. With some time and effort, you can restore your headlights to their former glory.

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