The majority of ATVs operate on a 12-volt battery architecture system (at rest). This is the traditional voltage system that is used by most vehicles within the United States.Know More
The number 12 volt, however, is only a generalization. The number is generally higher than that and may range, depending upon which battery type your ATV is carrying.
Conventional, or flooded, ATV batteries use a voltage range of 12.6 to 12.8 volts on a fully charged battery that's at rest. An AGM battery, may have a voltage range that starts at 12.8 volts but can reach as high as 13.1 volts.Learn more about Vehicles
You can buy a new, used or refurbished ATV online through eBay, Craigslist, ATV.com and ATVTrader.com. You can also buy an ATV through a local ATV dealership, which often offer buy-back programs, financing and other incentives to subsidize the purchase of an ATV.Full Answer >
The average weight of an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is around 350 to 400 pounds. The weight normally differs according to make. An ATV is a vehicle that travels on low pressure tires, with a seat that is straddled by the operator.Full Answer >
A Can-Am ATV is an all terrain vehicle brand manufactured by Bombardier Recreational Products, a motorized recreational vehicle company. The Can-Am brand name was originally used in 1972 for motorcycles. In 2007, BRP used the Can-Am name for the rebranding of its ATV lineup.Full Answer >
An Argo ATV is an all-terrain vehicle built the ARGO corporation. The company specializes in building all types of off-road vehicles, including amphibious models.Full Answer >