Off-roading is more fun when you do it with friends and/or family, which is why a lot of ATV enthusiasts go on ATV adventures, so they can enjoy the activity with loved ones. But before anything else, it’s best to get a proper road hazard tire coverage and other similar programs designed to help you pay for unexpected repairs and other related expenses should anything happen to your vehicle.

Briefly, a road hazard tire coverage pays for tire replacements and roadside assistance for up to five years, but these terms may vary from one provider to the next. In general, however, the premise of a road hazard tire coverage is to have a program that pays for a tire replacement should this get damaged because of a road hazard. Road hazards, in this instance, may refer to any or all of the following: shards of glass, nails, and other debris.

ATV Adventures

If you’d like to go on an ATV adventure with friends and/or family, a good option to consider is an ATV tour. ATV tours are quite popular among off-roading enthusiasts, particularly those who wish to experience recreational off-roading with loved ones. With ATV tours, you can either use your own vehicle or you can rent one from the tour provider. There are tours too where you will be driven on a UTV instead of an ATV. If you’d like to enjoy the scenery without being mindful of the trail, then this one is for you. But ultimately, choose whichever one is most safe, convenient, and enjoyable for you and your companions.

ATV tours take you on an adventure of a lifetime exploring tropical forests and lush greens with majestic views of waterfalls and the ocean side. Whatever trail or adventure you go on, the tour is sure to take you through scenic routes for a truly one-of-a-kind off-roading experience.

A few safety reminders

To ensure a great off-roading tour, take all necessary precautions. Here are a few safety reminders to take note of…

  • Choose an ATV according to your skill level
  • Leave the driving to the experts, or at least a more experienced driver
  • Do not veer off the marked trail(s)
  • Never venture out on your own or without telling anyone prior
  • If you don’t feel confident about the terrain, don’t drive the vehicle
  • Follow all safety protocols, regulations, instructions, and restrictions

Contact Torque Group for comprehensive F&I solutions for your dealership

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