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.
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
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 >
Can-Am produces a wide range of ATV accessories, including riding gear and clothing, helmets, snow plows, camouflage stickers and decals, electrical components and products designed to improve an ATV's performance. As of 2014, they produce one line of general ATV accessories and a second line of specialized items for most of their ATV models, including the Renegade, Outlander, Outlander Max, Outlander L and Outlander L Max.Full Answer >
Three factors that need to be considered when choosing a utility ATV, or UTV, are the age and experience level of the rider, intended usage and engine size. Engine size can vary depending on the experience and expectation of a driver. A UTV will typically have engines that are larger than 250cc, as they are used more for labor and plowing.Full Answer >
An Arctic Cat ATV is an All-Terrain Vehicle manufactured by the North American Company, Arctic Cat. Arctic Cat offers many ATV models, in a variety of sizes, designed to fit different needsFull Answer >