Owning a utility task vehicle is a great way to explore the nature that surrounds you. Also called a UTV, these vehicles are perfect for those who live in rural areas and those who own their own farms. Many popular models now come with a built-in roll cage that absorbs some of the shock during an accident and keeps the roof from collapsing on top of you to keep both you and your passengers safe. No matter how you use your UTV or even where you drive it, you may want to invest in some safety accessories to keep your passengers even safer.

Ski System

If you live or drive in an area that receives a lot of snowfall, you need UTV accessories like a ski system. Sometimes called a ski and track system, these systems come with rugged wheels that let you drive your UTV over almost any type of terrain. The texture added to the bottom of those wheels keeps your vehicle from slipping on the ice too. You’ll also get a piece that looks like a snowboard that attaches to the bottom of your vehicle. This small piece helps you glide effortlessly across the slick and icy ground.

Mounted Lights

Not all utility terrain vehicles come with lights on the front. To drive your vehicle on the road, you must have lights and other features that make the UTV legal. Added mounted lights to your UTV can also make driving a little safer. These lights illuminate the road or path in front of you and help you keep an eye out for hazards. You can mount the lights directly to the front of your vehicle or to the roof. Some lights even come with metal cages that keep the bulbs from breaking during accidents.

Seat Harnesses

Though your car comes with seat belts, most UTV models lack any type of safety restraint inside. That is why a number of companies now make harnesses that will work your seats. These harnesses look similar to those used in race cars and fit more comfortably than traditional belts do. You’ll have belts that wrap over your shoulders and connect to a lap belt. These harnesses keep you from flying out of the vehicle in an accident. With seat harnesses, mounted lights and a ski system, you can keep yourself and your passengers safe while driving across all types of terrains.

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Owning a utility task vehicle is a great way to explore the nature that surrounds you. Also called a UTV, these vehicles are perfect for those who live in rural areas and those who own their own farms. Many popular models now come with a built-in roll cage that...