When you have a UTV, also known as a side-by-side, it becomes something of a hobby for you. It is more than just an exciting toy that you take out every once and a while. However, it is about more than just getting cool side by side stuff or looking into the newest innovations and modifications that you can make to the vehicle in your own garage. To really enjoy your new hobby, you have to get out there and use the vehicle often. To do this, to get the most out of it, you need to find the best UTV trails.
The first way to do this is to get your information from word-of-mouth sources. These are the best because you can talk to other people who have really been out there, who have experienced it firsthand. They can give you more information than just the basics: Where the trail starts, where it goes, and things like that. They can also tell you how fun it was to ride, how many other people were out there and when they would recommend going the most. Get involved with the local UTV community, and they can point you in the direction of all of the best trails.
Another thing that you can do is to research the trails online. There are official maps that you can use for groomed trails, just like you would look for the official snowmobile trails. In fact, many people take their UTVs on snowmobile trails in the summer months. Even without snow, these are going to be some of the best trails around because they are so well established. You know that they are going to be clear of trees, rocks and other obstacles, so you can run flat out and have a good time. Continue reading “How to Find the Best UTV Trails”
A UTV, also referred to as a utility terrain vehicle, is a very versatile piece of machinery. Not only is a UTV capable of handling work-related tasks, it also has the ability to deliver hours of recreational fun. Whether the owner needs to haul a load of feed for the cattle or is racing down an off-road trail, a UTV is engineered to get the job done.
Here are some of the benefits of owning a UTV.
Unlike a traditional all-terrain vehicle, a UTV is equipped with multiple safety features. One of the most important safety devices is the seatbelt system. The enhanced security of the seatbelt system definitely comes in handy when traveling at fast speeds. Most UTVs are also designed with a roll bar, which means that the occupants are protected in the event of a rollover. A UTV’s relatively low center of gravity makes it very stable when maneuvering on various terrains.
Easy to Maintain
The majority of UTVs are very easy to work on. Most people that have basic mechanical skills will be able to take care of their own UTV. Some of the typical repairs that can be completed by the owner include changing the oil, replacing the sparkplugs, installing a new air filter, and maintaining the battery. It is also important that the owner keeps tabs on the tire pressure. Continue reading “Benefits of owning a UTV”
The best companies and the lucky executives that work for those companies have made the Audi A6 TDI the number one pick as the flagship company car. It seems that the combination of a great car and high resale or residual values that make company vehicle leases look so attractive on some vehicles a less attractive on other potential picks decided that German Diesel is the best choice.
Executive cars are chosen based on a lot of factor. They should turn some heads and make people believe the company is successful and hopefully impart an image of innovation and excitement. They are also an important perk to attract the highest caliber candidates for executive jobs within larger companies. It is not much of a perk if they offer up a car that is substantially below the standard the potential executive would choose for themselves (handing the new CEO the keys to Ford Fiesta along with congratulations for taking the job does not have the same impact apparently as a BMW or Audi).
Why Diesels Come out Ahead
One of the reasons certain cars are chosen more frequently than others is of course financial. In the world of company and fleet leases this means the actual cost to the company is not based on the price tag of the vehicle, but rather the difference between the price of a vehicle and the 2 or 3 year residual value. Continue reading “Audi A6 TDI is First Pick for Executive Car”
If you are looking for a Peugeot new car in 2014 you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to looking at what’s on offer to tempt us from Peugeot.
Whether you looking for a crossover, something that will definitely get the pulse racing or something with strong eco-credentials, Peugeot are offering new models that will tick plenty of boxes.
You might struggle to do something with these letters if you pulled them out of the bag in a game of scrabble but when it comes to a car that will turn heads and raise your heart rate this could be worth a triple word score.
If you plump for the RCZ R coupe, you are quite simply getting behind the wheel of the fastest and most powerful car Peugeot have produced in their history.
Arriving in showrooms in January 2014, this new Peugeot model is destined to be heading for a showdown with the Audi TTS and the 1.6 turbo engine delivers an impressive 270hp, using a chassis overhaul to provide enhanced looks and handling, this is a car that will definitely grow on you.
The facts and figures are pretty impressive with an amazing 44.8mpg combined and the EU testing cycle reported emission figures of just 145g/km CO2, it offers fun and excitement but some sensible running costs too.
208 Hybrid FE
If you had to sum up the 208 Hybrid FE in one word it would be innovation. The FE is a joint project between Total and Peugeot and the brief was to produce a car based on the ever-popular 208 but despite using the same dimensions, tweak it so that you get a car that sprints from 0-62 in a giddy eight seconds whilst achieving 148mpg and delivering CO2 emissions of only 49g/km. Continue reading “Peugeot new car in 2014: Makes It Hard to Choose”