An ATV windshield can be a huge bonus to your riding experience, deflecting dirt, rocks, rain, and other debris so you don’t have to suffer through being pelted repeatedly in the face as you blast down the trail. And although the effects would be tough to measure, putting a windshield on your ATV can also help improve its aerodynamics, deflecting some amount of oncoming air around the rider and reducing drag. Sure, that’s only going to show up at higher speeds, as a modest bump to fuel economy and top speed, but every little bit counts.
The installation of an ATV hitch can greatly expand the versatility of your favorite UTV and ATV by allowing it to pull small trailers, seed spreaders, log skidding arches, and other tools, allowing you get more done around your property. More than just a toy for recreational off-road driving, the ATV, it turns out, is perfectly sized for use on smaller farms and in forested areas, with enough pulling power to do some real work.