Now the winter is slowly coming to an end, a lot of people are now looking forward to warmer months. If you happen to have an ATV, you are probably particularly excited because it means you can finally take out your ATV from storage and take it on a ride. Since your ATV was not in use and inactive for a number of months, you need to run a few checks before you start using it in order to keep it maintained and avoid any later complications developing.
- First of all, you need to look after your battery. Your ATV battery will work fine and stay charged throughout the entire time you are using it. However, once you put it in storage during winters, your battery will require maintenance before you can properly use it again during spring. You need to remove the battery from the ATV and then clean its terminals. This is important because you need to be able to get rid of corrosion and other gunk that may have accumulated around the area. Your battery will drain over the months so you have to be wary of that as well. However, once your battery stops performing, you will need to get it changed. You can check out different top batteries for your ATV online as replacement options.
- Check your car’s fluid levels every month or so in order to make sure that there is enough and to prevent damage to your engine.
- The filters and plugs of your ATV don’t last a long period of time, which is why they need to be replace from time to time in order to make sure that your ride remains smooth.
- Make sure that your tires are inflated and in good condition in order to better maneuverability over different terrains. Buying a tire gauge can help you check your tires condition from time to time.