Winter can be tough on your UTV. Even with modifications and cold-weather equipment, you still have to contend with snow, sleet, ice and freezing temperatures that can sneak into your engine and steal your power.
1. Check Your Fluids
2. Be Careful With Your Antifreeze
3. Throw Out Your Old Fuel
4. Buy Cold Weather Parts
5. Check Your Tire Pressure
When the temperature starts dropping, these tips can be the difference between a dead UTV and one that powers through the snow no matter how thickly it falls. If you're serious about staying on the road despite bad weather, follow these guidelines for winterizing your side-by-side.