When carrying goods, the atv should travel at a lower speed and reserve a larger braking distance.
Do not exceed the maximum load bearing capacity of the atv vehicle.
When determining the weight to load onto a vehicle, consider the weight of the driver, accessories, load on the shelf or in the container, and the load on the trailer's convex tongue.
The total weight of these items shall not exceed the maximum bearing capacity.
Distribution of cargo weight: 1/3 weight on the front shelf and 2/3 weight on the rear shelf.
When driving on rough terrain or mountain roads, drive at a lower speed and reduce cargo weight to maintain a stable driving condition.
The right to load goods on a shelf increases the likelihood of overturning.
The center of gravity of the goods on the shelf should be minimized.Because if the center of gravity is high, it will raise the center of gravity of the whole car, thus causing driving instability.
All loads should be secured before driving.
If the load is not secured, it will cause unstable driving conditions, which will lead to loss of control of the vehicle.
Shall be entitled to drive at a steady speed and ensure the safety of the load.
Tighten the load and take extra care when loading off-center and off-center loads.
Be sure to tie the towing load to your vehicle's design towing point.Heavy loads can cause braking and control problems.
Extra care should be taken when applying braking force to loaded vehicles.
Avoid driving on terrain or conditions that require reversing downhill.
Caution should be exercised when the vehicle's load extends beyond the sides of the storage rack.
At this point, the stability and maneuverability of the vehicle may be adversely affected, resulting in rolovers.