TRACKER Off Road Rider Safety

Safety Video

Training

We recommend that all riders take a training course, and that they read and understand their owner’s manual before operation.

Click the following links for more information regarding in-person and/or online courses visit your dealer or the following:

Pre-Ride Inspection

Check and maintain recommended tire pressure.
  • Under-inflated tires can cause wheel damage. Over-inflated tires can damage tires. Both can result in poor steering and handling.
  • Use a low-pressure gauge, not an automotive gauge.
Tires
  • Check tires for leaks, cuts or gouges.
Wheels
  • Ensure wheel axle nuts are tight and cotter pins are secured. Make sure wheel nuts are tight. Rock front and rear wheels to check for bad bearings or loose nuts.
brakes
  • Check brakes for proper operation.
Throttle
  • Make sure throttle works smoothly and correctly with the handlebars in any position. Check cables and controls aren’t damaged.
Foot Shifter
  • Ensure the foot shifter is correctly attached and positioned.
Lights
  • Test all lights.
oil
  • Check oil before starting engine.
driveshaft and chassis
  • Inspect driveshaft and chassis for loose parts.
Safety Gear
  • Make sure your tool kit and safety gear is in order.

Aside from the pre-ride check, make sure you perform periodic maintenance as outlined in your owner manual.

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