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UTV University

Ask yourself these critical questions before purchasing a utility vehicle.

The ever-growing popularity of the utility vehicle is easy to grasp. These side-by-side, off-road vehicles are functional and versatile, and they’re fun in a recreational aspect. They have carved out a niche market because of their performance and durability, on the farm as well as on construction and mining sites, college campuses, hospitals, government facilities and any entity that spreads its operation over multiple locations or acres. Couple the vehicles’ functionality with the recreational aspects, and it’s no wonder the market continues to hold steady sales figures. However, not all off-road vehicles are the same. As with any machinery, the UTV market holds myriad choices and options. All the vehicles have a similar look with four-wheel, off- road capabilities and side-by-side seating, but the similarities might stop there. Before purchasing a UTV, ask yourself a few questions. The answers will help you narrow your search and spend your money wisely on a high-performance tool for the farm.

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