All-Terrain Vehicle Inspection Checklist

All-Terrain Vehicles or ATVs are motorized vehicles intended to run off-road with low-pressure tires. With its applications ranging from recreational to search and rescue, more and more people have opted to own an ATV.

Since ATVs allow us to drive through rough areas and roam around rocky terrains, it makes them more vulnerable to external damages. Hence, inspections are required to ensure that it will not break down in the middle of nowhere. 

All-Terrain Vehicle Inspection Points 

Due to its intended use, certain parts are installed into the ATV which you cannot normally find in a regular vehicle. These parts include: 

  • Front and back suspension 
  • Front and back braking system 
  • Switches 
  • Racks 
  • Supply box

These inspections must include the protective equipment for the rider and passengers.

  • Helmet
  • Safety Vest
  • Eye Protection 
  • Footwear

FacilityBot’s All-Terrain Vehicle Inspection Checklist

Before heading out into adventure, a general inspection of both the vehicle and rider is recommended. Facilitybot has published an All-Terrain Vehicle Inspection Checklist sample, accessible from our free preventive maintenance checklist library. It provides a template as a starting point for executing general inspections of ATVs. 

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