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ATV driver correct riding method

update:06-09-2019
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For off-road enthusiasts, off-road is an attitude and a […]

For off-road enthusiasts, off-road is an attitude and a way of life. It means being brave enough to challenge, courageous to face setbacks, unyielding and finally reaching the top. But in this process, the all-terrain off-road ATV  safe driving is the first, the challenge is the second

ATV driver correct riding method:

For the first time driver, first understand the ATV brakes, throttles, gears, clutch positions and operating forces to be driven. Also check if the tire screws are loose and the wheels are loose and skewed; the air pressure of the tires is suitable.

Every necessary safety check should be carried out before each vehicle to ensure that each machine is flexible and effective.

Safety equipment, helmets and protective clothing are required before riding. Since there are many versions of ATV, different versions have different protections.

Master the correct driving posture. The soles of the feet are stepped on the ankles, the toes are forward, and the fuel tank is clamped on both knees; the palms are down, and the handlebars are lightly gripped like a forward cart; the whole body is naturally relaxed and the eyes are looking straight ahead. Always pay attention to the situation on the road ahead.

At low speed, cut the direction handle to the direction of turning, the upper body is slightly forward, the feet are steady, the weight is placed on the outer pedal, the upper body is balanced, and the throttle is kept at a constant speed. At high speeds, the basic operation is the same as turning at low speeds. The difference is that in order to achieve balance and greater centrifugal force, the movement of the upper body must also increase.

When going uphill, the two feet should be stepped on the pedal in the field, and after the gear is determined, accelerate before climbing. When climbing a small angle, the body should be slid in front of the seat to move the center of gravity forward.