1. Off-road vehicles were first offered in the early 1960s.
2. Some of the first ATVs were 6 rounds, not the more common four-wheelers today.
3. ATVs do not require brake lights; they were not requested until 1998.
4. At low speeds, the ATV rear wheel will move in the opposite direction of the front wheel. This makes parking and handling easier.
5. It is illegal to use a snorkel to move an ATV in a deep water crossing in Minnesota.
6. Suzuki released the first modern 4-wheel ATV in 1983.
7. The ignition switch on the ATVS is set to the left of the handlebar according to industry standards, but is set to the snowmobile on the right.
8. In 1986, Honda released the FourTrax TRX350 4×4, the era of the popular four-wheel drive ATV.
9. By the early 1990s, people began to realize that ATVs made good working vehicles and they began to appear on farms and orchards.
10. Honda Rubicon is the first ATV production car with built-in GPS.
11. In Israel, all-terrain vehicles are called "North Stars", similar to how Americans call all types of lip balm "Chapstick" and all types of cotton exchange "Q-Tips".
12. Honda made the first three-wheeled ATVs in 1970. These are the famous figures in the James Bond movie "Diamond Forever."
13. The size of the ATV's engine has little to do with track damage, but this is limited by many natural resources departments to reduce track damage.
14. Yuasa and DEKA, the two largest ATV battery manufacturers, are only 20 miles from major US facilities in Pennsylvania.
15. Almost all young ATVs sold in the United States are manufactured in Taiwan or China, regardless of their brand name.Diy Car Painting Auto Body Course - Great For Automotive Male Traffic (view mobile),Click here!