Basic Operation & Riding
Riding Your ATV
What to do after the ATV has stalled or rolled backwards:
If the hill is too steep or too slippery, or if you have any doubt
whether you can safely walk the ATV back down the hill, leave the
vehicle where it is and get help. If possible, block the wheels so the
vehicle doesn’t roll backwards.
If the hill is not too steep and you have good footing, you may be
able to walk the ATV back down the hill. Make sure your intended
path is clear in case you lose control of the ATV.
Stand with your body facing downhill, beside the vehicle so you
can reach the rear brake lever with your right hand.
Be sure your legs are clear of the wheels.
Check your footing.
Slowly and carefully back the ATV down the hill using the rear
brake lever to control speed.
If you lose control of the ATV, for your safety, get away from the
Be sure your legs are
clear of the wheels.
Body position for
backing down a hill.
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