Utility Task Vehicles (UTVs)/Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles (ROVs) can be hazardous to operate. Improper use can cause severe injury or death. Each rider must wear a seat belt, an approved helmet, eye protection, and protective clothing; use handholds/steering wheel and stay completely inside the vehicle. UTV operators must have a valid driver’s license (no operators under age 16) and all riders must be able to sit with their backs against the seat, feet flat on the floor and hands on the handholds/steering wheel. Each rider must read and understand the Operator’s Manual before riding. Follow all instructions and warnings. Avoid abrupt maneuvers, paved surfaces, hard acceleration when turning, and side hilling; slow down before entering a turn. Never engage in stunt driving. Avoid excessive speeds and be particularly careful on difficult terrain. Never carry a passenger in the cargo box or exceed seating capacity on a UTV. Never operate on public roads unless designated for off-highway vehicle access; collisions with cars and trucks can occur. Never drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Do not shoot from or lean firearms or bows against the UTV. YANMAR recommends that all riders take a training course. For safety training information or UTV training visit http://rohva.org. All materials and specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications, competitive specifications, claims and information contained within are based on current knowledge and readily available information and material as of September 2016. This brochure is for descriptive purposes only and reasonable efforts were used to set forth the contained information; some items shown may be optional and some products shown may not be available at all dealerships. YANMAR disclaims all representations and warranties, express or implied, or any liability from the use of this website and associated materials.

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