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By Sam Anderson
machine roll down the ramp. Great, let’s put the ramp back in the trailer and travel to the next Polaris Dealer."
Just recently I had the opportunity to witness the loading and unloading of some 4 and 6 wheel vehicles before they were to be delivered to a dealer. While watching this spectacle, I had the opportunity to visit with some truck drivers who play a huge role in assisting in the distribution of the "Toys."
Toys are what most of the population thinks these 4 wheel and 6 wheel
vehicles are used for. They may see kids riding them in ditches in the country and think that they are just another toy that rich people might have. That might be the vision to some people, but more and more people are using them for a variety of reasons.
For example, they have been a useful tool in agribusiness to haul weed
killer, insecticides and even wagons to the field. They are continually being used in warehouse areas to shuttle personnel from one end of buildings to the other. Even the sportsmen have used them to help them scout out new terrain and get into spots that were hard to get to before. One testimonial hunter has this to say about his Polaris Sportsman. "I knew nothing about ATVs when I decided to buy one. I set out to research all of them. Your Polaris Sportsman won hands down. Nothing came close to your sportsman--ground clearance--chain drive (quick response)--hauling capacity--on demand 4-wheel drive (the only one on the market)--spot light receptacle--and the list goes on and on. I can now get to know new hunting grounds in a fraction of the time, when it used to take years to get to know the area. Not to mention how
it has saved my back and hours trying to get to my trophy, or dragging
my trophies out of the woods."
In doing research and talking to the truck drivers I began to see that
these vehicles are not toys. One of the truck drivers even told me that
he read on the website (www.polarisindustrues.com) that one person uses
a Polaris Sportsman to get his wife, who has bone cancer an opportunity
to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors. They can take the 4 wheel to watch birds or take her down to the stream to fish for panfish and bass. Essentially, I came to realize that these vehicles could be used as a tool not as a toy and that the imagination of the drivers and users are the only limitation as to what this tool will do. One of the newest selections of the ATV’s ( All Terrain Vehicle) is the introduction of the 6 wheeler or the Polaris 6X6. I have seen these being used in Canada at resorts for all kinds of duties. Some might use
this to carry heavy loads for bear baiting or to shuttle clients to a remote lake that has a difficult portage to go through. I have also used them to move boats around in a parking lot so that space could easily be used for other tow vehicles rather than taking up space with a pickup and trailers. Probably one of the most useful of all the ATV’s on the market today combines the off road abilities of the 4 wheel and the towing power of the 6X6 with the luxury of a large cargo area and side by side seating, this is called the Polaris Ranger. The Ranger is the ultimate vehicle for plowing through snow, mud, and over hilly terrain. Plus this will enable anyone to ride into the wilderness or across the feedlot to do the chores or help drag the trophy buck out of the woods.
Whether you are a business person, sportsman, cattle rancher or a weekend outdoor enthusiast you owe it to yourself to discover what a useful and practical tool that a 4 or 6 wheeler is. You will also discover that these are not toys but something that you have been living without, something that could help you in all ways of life. If you have found other ways to use ATV’s in your line of work drop me a note at www.samanderson.com. I am looking forward to hearing from you shortly.
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