SteeringBefore sloshing about in the mud while imagining your self as knowledgeable dirt biker, the steerage will be checked for any signs
that it's not able to take the abuse. Just make a few turns either way; if it feels too tight or too loose, make the necessary upkeep first. Also, check if the vital controls, i. e. the lights, the indicators etc. , are operating correctly. BatteryImagine getting stranded in a mud patch because the battery died, and the engine can't burn fuel any longer!Nothing more traumatic than a failed battery, and nothing more tiring than pushing a heavy ATV with a dead battery. Try out the electric powered items on the vehicle, akin to the horn or the headlight. If either of the two is weak, it may be a problem with the horn or light itself which is a giant deal anyway, or a caution sign that the battery is set to breathe its last. Chain / DriveshaftATVs use chains or driveshafts, which could
be maintained in best situation always. Driveshafts cannot be checked without the specified accessories, but chains may be checked for lubrication, deformations, and tightness.