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  • What Is Wheel Offset and Why Should You Care?

    In many cases, that alien string of letters and numbers printed on the label of whatever you’re buying is for manufacturer use only, so many of us tend to ignore this “fine print.” When you’re in the market for a new set of Polaris RZR wheels, however, these numbers couldn’t be more relevant to your proper use of the product. 

    The wheel offset in particular is an often misunderstood dimension, so there’s no shame in asking for a little clarification if you don’t know what exactly wheel offset is. The same goes for bolt patterns. 

    Typically, when researching wheel sizing, you will see a figure similar to this:

    14x7 4/156 – (4+3)

    This is the exact sizing information for our Polaris RZR Hd6 14” Wheels, which come with STI’s high quality Roctane tires as well. In this snippet of numbers is included the size, offset, and bolt pattern. This guide will fully break down each of the three data points so you can make an informed purchasing decision.

    Easiest First: Size

    The “14 x 7” in our sample used above is the simplest to understand, so we’ll start there. This figure describes the overall dimensions of the wheel. The first number relates to diameter, and the second describes width, so these Polaris RZR wheels are fourteen inches around and seven inches wide—piece of cake. 

    Wheel Offset

    The (4+3) figure above is referencing this particular wheel’s offset level. Offset in this case is a measure of how much the wheel sticks out horizontally, either widening your stance or keeping it narrow. Specifically, offset is expressed as the relationship between the hub mounting location and the center line of the wheel. If the hub is mounted 4” away from the inner side and 3” away from the street side of the wheel, then you have a (4+3) offset, which will result in the wheel being tucked in slightly because the majority of the wheel’s width is on the inner side. 

    This may sound like a petty distinction at first, but it bears great importance on the overall ride quality and appearance of your Polaris RZR. It’s also important to note that your offset figures will always equal the total width of your wheel, and that when the numbers are equal, which is to say the hub is perfectly central, then there is no offset. 

    So, how exactly does this influence performance, you might be asking? Consider the following:

    • In the case of a (4+3) offset and especially in more dramatically tucked in offsets, like a 5 or 6 + 3, you gain the advantage of improved clearance all around your vehicle so you can squeak your Polaris RZR through/by tighter spots.
    • In the opposite case, where the first number is smaller than the second, you will sacrifice this improved clearance for improved stability, thanks to the wider stance. 
    • This kind of offset also enables you to run with larger tires if you so choose.
    • If you transition from your Polaris RZR factory wheels, which are usually offset, to a non-offset wheel, you will notice a difference in ride quality and clearance. Many assume that factory wheels are not offset, but this is not the case here.

    Some brands like to measure using just a single metric that describes exactly how far out or in the tire is set. This is usually expressed in millimeters, and will use negative numbers for when the first number is smaller (so the wheel sticks out), and positive numbers in the opposite case. So, our example above is a positive offset of a certain amount of millimeters – it would then be expressed as “+10mm” or “+15mm,” etc., meaning that’s how far beyond the center line that the tire is tucked in. Of course, no offset would simply be expressed as zero.  

    Whether you’re springing for a new set of tires or buying a new Polaris RZR altogether, it’s always helpful to know what kind of offset and size you’re running. You can determine what these dimensions are from your dealer, owner’s manual, or online. 

    Bolt Patterns

    That final figure, the 4/156 number, describes the bolt pattern of your wheel. The first number simply describes how many bolts there are, and the second number describes the distance between a pre-set measurement in millimeters. In our case, then, we’re looking at a 4-lug setup where the distance between two of the holes (located diagonally from each other) is 156mm. 

    Bringing It All Together

    To sum up, the figure 14x7 4/156 – (4+3) is a standardized way of expressing tire size (diameter x width), bolt pattern (number of lugs/space between pre-determined points) and offset (hub distance from inner tire surface + hub distance from street side of tire). Understanding these numbers will help you to ensure proper fitment, accommodate larger tires, improve clearance, service your tires with less hassle, and make more precise upgrade decisions.

  • Trail Navigation in your Polaris RZR

    Maps are a thing of the past. Nowadays, we rarely need anything beyond our smartphones to get us from Point A to Point B. Applications such as Google Maps serve as the ultimate navigator with features such as satellite imagery, aerial photography, street maps and more for anyone travelling by foot, bike, car, air or public transportation. Apps like this can even be used worldwide. Sounds like they’ve covered all their bases, right?

    But what about your favorite off-roading trails?

    Don’t be surprised if you go to set up a maps coordination from the seat of your UTV and come up short. Cellphones haven’t been preprogrammed with most off-road trails you might encounter on your off-roading adventures. Like we said above, maps are a thing of the past, so what do you do when even your best piece of technology cannot get the job done?

    That’s easy: look to the experts.

    Several reputable powersports brands have taken into consideration the fact that your phone might not be able to navigate you through off-road trails and, as a result, have developed some of the best GPS units available on the market today. Not only are they preprogrammed with thousands of off-roading trails, they also feature high-definition images that allow you to see exactly where you’re going in real-time while giving you time to prepare for your next move.

    If you’re looking for a GPS with high-definition images of the landscape around you, take a look at the Magellan TR7 GPS Jeep Bundle by Rugged Radios. The TR7 comes preloaded with over 160,000 ORV routes and user-generated tracks. The street navigation feature will help you get from the road to the trail and beyond, all while giving you turn-by-turn directions the entire way through. The best part? Many of the user-generated tracks have been created by fellow riders, so you know you can trust the information presented to you from your GPS unit. The hi-res 3D terrain view and 2D topo view with contour lines provide detailed land features of almost any area within the United States. The large, easy-to-read screen and the included windshield mount make navigating while driving a simple endeavor.

    For a more simplified experience, check out the Voyager GPS Kit by Trail Tech. This GPS kit integrates into your vehicle system and helps you plan your adventure in advance. The display screen portrays a clear and visible outlook of your projected route to help you prepare for your adventure. Other features included in the GPS include temperature and wheel sensors. The mounting hardware includes cables, clamps, cords, and anything else you’ll need to install your GPS into your unit in an easy-to-see area that will allow you to hit the trails running while navigating safely.

    Don’t get wrapped up in the belief that your cellphone can bail you out of any situation. Even the best cell phone providers can lose service, and you don’t want to be in a situation you can’t find your way out of. Invest in a RZR-specific GPS unit today and save yourself the time and trouble of loading your phone with even more applications. Get out and enjoy all that nature has to offer on the trails- all while knowing exactly where you are at all times. 

    To explore more GPS-related options for your rig, head over to Everything Polaris RZR and check out the full list of offerings from some of the best brands on the market. 

  • Choosing a Roll Cage for your Polaris RZR

    While the majority of us might currently be under quarantine orders as a result of the ongoing pandemic, that doesn’t mean Polaris RZR enthusiasts need to hang up their keys. While the rules for the coronavirus restrictions vary from state to state, working on your UTV in the safety of your shop or garage is, of course, entirely legal in all 50 states.

    You’re likely beginning to feel the effects of the stay-at-home orders and will surely put the pedal to the metal the moment you’re staring down the open fields behind the wheel of your RZR. We won’t fault anyone who’s looking to experience that adrenaline rush after so many weeks stuck at home, but there are several parts and accessories you might want to consider adding to your rig before you get out for the first time- for both fun and safety reasons.

    Though you’re a competent driver, accidents do happen and we want you to be prepared. In the event you might roll over your vehicle, we want you to be as best protected as possible, which is why we recommend installing a roll cage on your unit. The Polaris RZR is built to withstand even the roughest treatment, but there are no guarantees for your safety if you roll your rig and end up upside-down without a roll cage.

    Here are a few roll cages available from some of the best brands on the market, all of which can be found online at Everything Polaris RZR.

    900/1000 Rear Cage Support by Super ATV

    Accidents don’t have to be scary, especially when you have the right equipment to protect you. The 900/1000 Rear Cage Support by Super ATV will provide the protection you desire without sacrificing any element of fun. This roll cage support offers exactly that: that extra bit of support you’ll need on top of the stock roll cage. With easy bolt-on installation, your rear cage support can be installed and removed quickly so you’ll spend those extra precious moments on the trails instead of messing with tools.

    Polaris RZR 90/1000/ XP Turbo RacePace Flying V Bar by DragonFire

    In addition to structural support, the XP Turbo RacePace Flying V Bar by DragonFire provides added protection from projectiles that might be flying around. With an easy-to-install 6-bolt cage clamp system, you’ll have the ultimate protection in little time at all. The design has been deliberately made to fit on Polaris RZR stock roll cages.

    RC1 Black Roll Cage by RT Pro

    RT Pro’s Black Roll Cage has been crafted with the consumer’s safety in mind. Whether trying to edge out your competition in a race or cruising down the trails with your friends, riders can be assured that their safety was top of mind throughout the creation of this roll cage. Though sturdy, the cage is lightweight for a minimal addition of weight to your rig so it won’t slow you down. 

    Polaris RZR 800 Rear Seat and Roll Cage Kit by UTV Mountain

    The addition of the rear seat along with the roll cage increases your options for comfortability and passenger capacity while offering improved durability and functionality for your rig. The additional passengers will be well-protected by the roll cage, which has been crafted specifically to be rust-resistant and durable to prevent injury in the event of a rollover.

    We’re all feeling the effects of the quarantine orders that remain in place around the United States and the world. Rather than sitting in your home and waiting idly for the time to pass, spend that time upgrading your machine with a safety feature that will allow you to unleash the beast on the trails when the time comes. Your best summer yet is just around the corner and we want you to be ready for it. Visit Everything Polaris RZR for all your parts and accessory needs, whether you’re installing your roll cage or looking for other ways to improve your ride. We are all in this together- we’ll see you on the trails soon. 

  • How to Find your Polaris RZR Roll Bar Size and Style

    Stock Polaris RZR cages are really only meant for a single roll. And for this reason, a lot of Polaris RZR owners have installed aftermarket or custom roll cages on their machines. Baja roll cages are popular, and DOM tubing is a common material used to create custom Polaris RZR cages. But regardless of what RZR cage you’re running, knowing the dimensions of the roll bars and crossbars is important. 

    If you’re looking to install aftermarket Polaris RZR accessories like windshields, doors, and roofs, knowing the width, diameter, and perimeter of your roll cage tubes will help you avoid getting the wrong accessories. 

    Factory Polaris RZR Cage Sizes

    The Polaris RZR Pro two-seat and four-seat vehicles have 2-inch roll bars, while the Turbo S, Turbo XP, XP4 Turbo, XP 1000, and XP4 1000 all have 1.75-inch roll bars. The 2015 and newer RZR 900s also have 1.75-inch roll bars, and so do all the RZR models that came before 2014. However, not all aspects of the pre-2014 roll cages are the same size. The harness bar and rear bumper crossbars on the RZR, RZR S, and RZR XP are 1.5 inches, with the rear top crossbars being only 1.25 inches on the four-seat versions. Meanwhile, the youth-size Polaris RZR 170 has a roll cage that measures 1.25 inches. 

    Polaris RZR Roll Bar Size by Vehicle

    • XP 900 (2015+) - 1.75"
    • XP 1000 & XP 4 1000 - 1.75"
    • XP Turbo & XP 4 Turbo - 1.75"
    • Pro 2 seat and 4 seat - 2.0″
    • 170 - 1.25"
    • RZR's 2014 & Older - 1.75"

    It should also be noted that the cage size isn’t always congruent throughout the vehicle. For example, while the Polaris RZR 900 has a 1.75-inch roll cage, the horizontal tube behind the seats is only 1.5 inches. 

    In addition to the size of the roll bars, it is also helpful to know the size of the hardware used to secure cage connections. For example, 3/8-inch standard thread bolts are used in the rear ROPS extension housing for any 16+ 900S or 1000S RZR. In many cases, paint will prevent you from easily threading bolts. If this is the case, you might have to tap the hole so that it accepts the bolt thread. 

    Aftermarket Polaris RZR Cage Sizes

    Although there are a variety of possible sizes for custom and aftermarket Polaris RZR cages, most use either .095-inch or .120-inch tubing. The wall thickness of a factory RZR cage is only .065 inches, so aftermarket RZR rollover protection structures (ROPS) are generally heavier than OEM cages. 

    As we mentioned earlier, many aftermarket Polaris RZR cages are made from DOM (drawn-over-mandrel) tubing. However, such electrical-resistance-welded (ERW) tubing is far from popular among racing organizations, and many riders would argue that sewer pipe should only be used for sewers, and the good stuff should be used when your life's on the line.  

    One problem with factory Polaris RZR cages is that they are bolted together using thin-walled tubing with no supports. Sure they can take a good shot in the A pillar, but roll them once and they’ll crumble, usually breaking in the main frame section. Unfortunately, most OEM cages barely meet defined legal specs, and they are designed to absorb impacts by crumpling up and deforming. 

    The more rigid the cage, the harder the impact is on your body. If you look at Formula One or NASCAR, you’ll notice that they use soft-wall cages to cushion the driver from blows. And while the same concept is true with UTVs, if you’re in a multiple-roll situation -- which is common on steep and hilly terrain -- you’re going to want a cage that can withstand multiple blows without deforming. 

    In Closing

    Whether you have the stock Polaris RZR cage, an aftermarket Polaris RZR cage, or a custom-built Polaris RZR cage, knowing the size and weight dimensions of your ROPS is helpful for a number of reasons. If your cage is heavy, for example, you might want to adjust your suspension to be stiffer. If your cage isn’t stock, you might find it difficult to find windshields, doors, mirrors, or cage mounts that fit properly. Whatever the case may be, the more info you have about your cage, the better you'll be.

  • Polaris RZR vs. Polaris Ranger - What's the Difference?

    If you go to Google and type in the name of this article, you’ll find several threads all asking the same question: what is the difference between the Polaris Ranger and Polaris RZR? As enthusiasts of both the Ranger and RZR, we can tell you that, though they come from the same manufacturer, there are many factors that differentiate the Ranger and RZR from one another. From functionality and intended use to options for aftermarket parts and accessories, the Ranger and RZR each have their own unique characteristics that are meant to give different experiences to customers. 

    So, what is it that makes each of these units different from one another? Let’s take a look at the differences in the intended use of each unit, and how customers can utilize each for their preferred use.

    Just take one look at the RZR and answer this: does it not look like a lean, mean, trail-crushing machine? With engine capabilities that’ll send adrenaline spiking through your veins and a suspension that will make you feel as if you’re flying over the terrain, the Polaris RZR is certainly not for the faint of heart; in fact, certain RZR models can even reach 80mph for those that are particularly daring enough to reach those speeds. The RZR is meant to conquer even the rockiest and steepest terrain with ease while promising the adrenaline rush of a lifetime for those flying over sand dunes and open prairies. While the RZR is sure to send your heart rate flying into the skies above, we strongly recommend you exercise caution while behind the wheel of the beast and ride responsibly.

    While the Ranger can certainly elicit similar fun-induced adrenaline rushes while out on the trails, this machine is built to be a workhorse for farmers, hunters, and anyone else who might need a solid machine with hauling powers and a strong backbone. The Ranger can be outfitted with a cargo bed for extra hauling powers to those who need more transportation options. With two or four-seater units available, these machines are perfect for transporting your friends to a deer stand or your family of four to a campsite for a weekend getaway. 

    While the Ranger has been built for utility use, where there’s work, there must be an option for play- and the Ranger is no exception. Though you won’t reach the same pulse-pounding speeds as you will behind the wheel of the RZR, the Ranger has been built with the capabilities necessary to bring riders an afternoon of fun while offering its services to a full forty-hour workweek on the farm.

    While both the RZR and Ranger can be used for varying purposes, the function of each is clear: the Ranger is built for work, and the RZR is built for play. Either is a good option, but keep in mind that each has been built to serve varying purposes, and depending on what your purposes are for purchasing a unit, you may want to go with the one that serves your intended use best. Either way, head over to Everything Polaris RZR or Everything Polaris Ranger and we’ll help you outfit your brand-new machine with all of the aftermarket parts and accessories you could possibly need.

  • How to Wash your Polaris RZR Windshield

    After tearing up the trails in your Polaris RZR, you can expect your windshield will be completely covered in mud to show for it. While all that dirt and grime serves as a symbol of damn-good time, leaving your rig uncleaned can actually harm it in the long run and end up costing you money to repair or replace it. All the same, improperly cleaning it can be just as much of an issue, as having a clear sightline is crucial to safely operating your UTV. Unfortunately, cleaning it right is not as simple as just hosing it off, or using any old rag and soap combo. So before you let the mud dry onto your RZR, let’s take a look at how properly cleaning your windshield will prevent damage while saving you money in the long run.

    Know your Material

    Before you get started, it’s important to know what material your Polaris RZR windshield is made of. Whether it’s glass, acrylic or polycarbonate, each requires its own maintenance process. Glass is scratch-resistant, so you can clean it virtually any way you’d like, though the best way is always rinsing it with water and wiping it down with a cloth. Acrylic, which is also known as Plexiglass and Lucite, is fairly scratch resistant, but not quite so durable as glass. Polycarbonate is the strongest of the three materials, but is susceptible to scratching, which is why it is imperative that users know how to clean their windshields safely and effectively without compromising the quality of the material.

    How to Properly Clean

    Now that you know the type of material you’re dealing with, how can you get that dried-up grime off your windshield safely?

    First, thoroughly wash your windshield, but don’t pull out the sponge or rag just yet. The grit and gravel in all that dirt can easily scrape up your windshield if it’s smudged around with a rag. To minimize damage, start by using a hose to rinse away any loose dirt. 

    Next, you’ll need a cloth. We recommend a soft, lint-free cloth that is brand-new, though a used one will work just fine so long as it is completely clean. Rinse your cloth and be sure you don’t see any particles in the water before use.

    Create a mixture of mild liquid dish soap and warm water, or a UTV-specific cleaning solution. Novus is a popular solution among UTVers and can be found on Amazon. If you have a polycarbonate shield, avoid using harsh abrasives or chemicals that might cause damage, and instead consider using a light detergent such as dish soap, baby shampoo or hand soap.

    After rinsing, you’ll have to put in a little elbow grease to get the rest of the dirt off. Wet your cloth in your cleaning solution and wash your windshield’s interior and exterior, applying light pressure to reduce the risk of scratching. Do not use paper towels or Windex; paper towels are abrasive, while Windex is a harsh solution that may scratch the surface.

    Once all the dirt is wiped away, rinse the windshield down once more to clear away any remaining loose dirt. Spot check as you see fit, using the recommended side-to-side motion. Let your windshield  airdry for 30 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the humidity of your location.

    Once your rig is dry, you’re all set to get muddied up on the trails all over again! Stay safe while riding, and be sure to check out Everything Polaris RZR for all your UTV parts and accessories. Still need a windshield? Browse our Windshields available from several brands.

  • Selecting the Best LED Side Mirrors for your Polaris RZR

    Having unrivaled sightlines all around your Polaris RZR is essential to have a safe ride every time you start up the engine. You never know when you’ll need to cast a glance behind you to check on your friends, and without side mirrors, how do you expect to do so? And what if you’re driving at night and the only thing to be seen behind you is darkness?

    No matter the case, side mirrors are essential for UTV riders. Whether you’re cruising down a public trail with your friends on your tail or ripping down private trails solo, retaining visibility while behind the wheel of a UTV is detrimental to your safety and the safety of others. Having side mirrors helps you keep an eye on those riding behind you or on the trail as it disappears behind you in a cloud of dust. Some mirrors even feature LED lighting that will improve your ride if the sun has already begun to set.

    So, what goes into choosing the perfect LED side mirrors? Everything from safety to the lighting and color of your side mirrors should be taken into consideration when choosing which product will work best for your UTV. 

    Of course, safety should be the top priority when selecting the best in lighted side mirrors. Rear lighting will keep you visible to other riders in the area. If you are travelling in groups, moving the light higher on the rear side will help trailing vehicles use it as an indicator to your location and the distance between the back of your vehicle and the front end of theirs.

    If your goal is to make your unit street-legal, compliance could become an issue depending on where you are riding; though the rules vary depending on state and location, having a “blue safety light” in the rear is standard for easier visibility to trailing cars.

    While the color of the light might seem more like a cosmetic feature, the color actually affects the function of the light quite a bit. For example, when riding through areas where clouds of dust will be kicked up, you must have light that is able to pass through the haze to alert others of your presence and proximity to them. If the light is unable to cut through the dust, riders may not be able to see one another until it’s too late. 

    Braking is always indicated by a red color, which has become almost universal for both powersports units and vehicles as the indication for stopping. Not having the signature red brake lights to signal a stop could lead to dangerous situations for riders and passengers.

    So where can you get some of these coveted side light mirrors for your UTV? The Polaris RZR Sector Seven Lighted Side Mirrors by TMW Offroad on Everything Polaris RZR will keep the party going long after the sun has set. These lighted side mirrors provide superior LED light coverage that will keep you visible for your friends while illuminating the way for you. Safety and fun go hand-in-hand with these mirrors, allowing you to be seen in the darkness while also keeping you at center stage as the life of the off-road party. The simple installation process ensures that you’ll be on the road and ready to go in no-time without having to worry about being out beyond sunset. The riding experience will reach new levels with these LED mirrors. 

    There are several options for Polaris RZR users looking to outfit their rig with the best LED side mirrors. Use good judgement when purchasing the side mirrors that are right for you, and keep in mind that different mirrors offer different functionalities and signals to other drivers. Make the decision that works best for you, and stay safe out there!

  • Agency Power: A leader in Polaris RZR aftermarket parts and accessories

    At Everything Polaris RZR, we pride ourselves on offering the best in aftermarket parts and accessories to our fellow Polaris RZR enthusiasts. Providing the highest quality products from top-tier brands helps us to give customers the ultimate experience during their off-roading ventures. 

    Of course, that goal couldn’t be met without the partnerships we have forged with several brands that are currently offered through our website.

    Agency Power hit the scene in 2003 as a manufacturer of racing products for cars ranging from Porsche, BMW, Ferrari, Subaru, Mitsubishi, Nissan and more. Starting with the manufacturing of sway bar endlinks for the Subaru WRX, Agency Power has risen rapidly through the ranks of aftermarket companies and has managed to secure a position as a reputable aftermarket parts company. Though still young, Agency Power has continued to make leaps and bounds throughout the last 17 years in the auto industry.

    In 2016, Agency Power expanded its offerings to include UTV products to its ever-growing lineup, and thus entered the powersports realm. In 2018, the company launched a line of its own off-road products to further service its ever-growing presence in the powersports market. 

    Since beginning a partnership with Everything Polaris RZR, the brand has continued to make a name for itself within the powersports market as a recognized and reputable brand to RZR fans everywhere. Currently, the brand offers a slew of products to RZR fans, 73 of which can be found on

    The American-based brand has continued its reach by extending beyond US borders. With a home base in Gilbert, Arizona, Agency Power’s reach has extended far beyond the market within the United States to Polaris RZR fans across the globe, including those who reside in Singapore, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Russia, the United Kingdom, and various parts of the EU. 

    Still don’t believe us? Take a look at one of the products offered on Everything Polaris RZR so you as a customer can have a glimpse at what makes Agency Power such a reputable brand for Polaris RZR users everywhere.

    Take, for example, the Passenger Grab Bar with Lug Wrench by Agency Power. This passenger grab bar by Agency Power has been designed as the ultimate accessory for your Polaris RZR. Also known as the “OSB,” the grab bar has been designed as a high-quality and stylish grab bar that will have any Polaris RZR owner doing a double take. The look has been inspired by BMX and motocross, with the clamping system designed to closely resemble that of bike handlebars. Each bar has a set of black motocross style grips that have a 1-inch inner diameter. Don’t worry if black grips aren’t your preference; these standard size grips allow you to swap to any size grip that you may desire.

    Though still a young company across the board, especially in the powersports segment, Agency Power’s relationship with Everything Polaris RZR has proven its worth both to us and our customer base. From side vent covers to passenger grab bars, Agency Power offers a wide variety of aftermarket parts and accessories that are built to enhance and optimize the performance of any Polaris RZR product to provide customers with the ultimate off-road experience.

    At Everything Polaris RZR, we are proud to work with such a distinguished up-and-coming brand that has earned a stellar reputation among the racing and UTV communities, along with a renowned standing with our RZR customers and users in general. Don’t just take our word for it; head over to Everything Polaris RZR right now and check out all-things Agency Power, and you’ll see for yourself what the hype is all about!

  • Upcoming UTV Events

    As we move into the spring months of 2020, several opportunities to get outside and enjoy the UTV world are popping up around the country. For those of you looking to get your Polaris RZR out on the trails and enjoy the spring weather, here are some upcoming events that will bring UTV enthusiasts together for some off-road fun. Click on any of the below events to get started finding your next big adventure!

    March 2020

    March 6-7: UTV Rally Rocky Point, Rocky Point MX 

    March 3-8: The Mint 400, Las Vegas, NV 

    March 6-8: Muddy Bug Bash, Leakesville, MS

    March 12-15: Shamrock Shakedown, Oliver Springs, TN 

    March 13-15: Bounty Hole Bash, Roseland LA

    March 14: UTV Legends Poker Run, East Bernstadt KY 

    March 18-22: High Lifter Mud Nationals, Blevins AR 

    March 19-22: Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break, Saint Jo, TX 

    March 21: Big Blue Road Ramble, Blue Rapids, KS

    March 21-22: SMR 2020, West Fork, AR 

    March 27-28: Riding for a Reason, Steelville, MO  

    March 26-29: Super ATV Mudd Mayhem, Jacksonville, TX

    April 2020

    April 2-5: The Legends Rally, Baja, CA

    April 3-4: Terry “Taco” Howard Memorial Trail & ATV Ride, Sparkman, AR

    April 3-5: Wicked Wildcat Weekend, Oliver Springs, TN

    April 16-18: Spring Shindig, Oliver Springs, TN

    April 16-19: International Mud Riders Convention, Sarepta, LA

    April 15-19: Rattle Snake Hunt, Waynoka, OK

    April 16-18: Windrock Park Spring Shindig, Oliver Springs, TN

    April 17-19: Arkansas Angels Benefit Ride, Atkins, AR

    April 23-26: JBS Spring Ride, Ghent, WV 

    April 23-27: Mudfest, Drakesboro, KY 

    April 24-26: Rally at the Mines, Farmington, MO

    April 25: Busted Axles UTV Poker Run, Gales Creek, Oregon

    April 25: Burden’s 6th Annual Mud Bash, Mount Olive, MS

    April 27-May 5: Busco Beach Mud Bash, Goldsboro, NC

    April 29-May 3: UTV Takeover, Grundy, VA

    April 29-May 3: Appalachian ATVenture Festival, Gilbert, WV

    April 30-May 2: Sand Outlawz 2020, Waynoka, OK

    April 30-May 3: Birthday Bash, Bedford, KY

    May 2020

    May 1-2: UTV Rally Mormon Lake, Mormon Lake, AZ

    May 2-5: Rangely OHV Adventure Rally, Rangley, CO

    May 12-16: Rally on the Rocks, Moab, UT

    May 14-17: Redneck Rave, Mammoth Cave, KY

    May 15-16: Doin the Dunes, Waynoka, OK

    May 22-25: Memorial Mudbug, Jacksonville, TX 

    May 22-25: Mudapalooza, Sarepta, LA

    May 28-30: Outlaw Jam, Vernal, UT

    June 2020

    June 5: Birthday/Foam Party at BMB Off-Road, Fulton, MS 

    June 7-9: High Lifter Quadna Mud Nationals, Hill City, MN

    June 8-9: Texas Off-Road Nationals, Boyd, TX

    June 11-14: Conconully ATV/UTV Jamboree, Conconully, WA

    June 24-28: UTV Takeover, Coos Bay, OR

    June 25-28: East Coast SXS Summer Slam, Central City, PA

    July 2020

    July 2-5: Let Freedom Ride, Sarepta, LA

    July 9-12: Rally in the Pines, Salmon, ID 

    July 13-14: Manti Mountain ATV/UTV Run Summer Event, Manti, UT

    July 21-26: Dunefest, Winchester Bay, OR

    August 2020

    Aug. 10-16: Full Throttle Saloon Off-Road Rally, Sturgis, SD

    Aug. 19-24: White Mountain UTV Jamboree, Springerville, AZ

    September 2020

    Sept. 4-7: Mudstock, Sarepta, LA

    Sept. 8-12: Eastern Sierra ATV/UTV Jam, Coleville/Walker, CA

    Sept. 11-13: Sturgis Off-Road Rally, Sturgis, SD

    Sept. 16-20: UTV Takeover, Sept. 16-20, Waynoka, OK

    Sept. 17-20: Rednecks with Paychecks Fall Mudcrawl, Saint Jo, TX

    Sept. 18-20: Sand Sports Super Show, Costa Mesa, CA

    Sept. 18-19: Manti Mountain ATV/UV Run Fall Event, Manti, UT

    October 2020

    Oct. 1-4: AIMExpo, Columbus, OH

    Oct. 8-12: National Trailfest, Gilbert, WV

    Oct. 8-12: Pumpkin Run Rally, Mercer, WI

    Oct. 10-11: Busco Beach Fall Bash, Goldsboro, NC

    Oct. 15-17: Windrock Park Fall Jam, Oliver Park, TN

    Oct. 17: Creepy Crawl, Mapleton, KS

    Oct. 21-25: UTV Takeover, Hurricane, UT

    November 2020

    Nov. 12-14: SxS Adventure Rally, Hurricane, UT

    Be sure to block off your calendar for some of the above events so you don’t miss out on the opportunity to connect with like-minded Polaris RZR enthusiasts. Don’t miss out on the fun- get out your riding gear, rev up the engine and get riding! 

  • Finding The Best Insurance To Cover Your Polaris RZR

    Your credit score, recent claims, driving record, as well as the amount of times you've switched insurance companies all play a factor in the cost it takes to insure your Polaris RZR. Although it can differ from state to state and country to country, most of the major insurers provide competitive policies for the RZR. Many let you bundle other things like RVs, ATVs, and boats into one policy, which should reduce the overall amount you pay to insure all of your toys. And you can even get policies that cover any medical expenses you may incur from accidents on the trail. 

    The type of coverage you’re after will also affect how much you pay per month for insurance. Obviously, full coverage will cost more than partial coverage, and some policies — such as those by Foremost Insurance — will also cover your aftermarket RZR accessories. The year and edition of your Razor play a small roll in calculating the price of your insurance policy, but this is negligible compared to the aforementioned factors. Be it a big-name insurer or a small-time local outfit, a little research can go a long way to help you avoid exorbitant insurance policies for your Polaris RZR. 

    Using Large Insurers To Cover Your RZR

    Through a company like State Farm, Geico, Progressive, or Liberty Mutual, you should be able to get decent coverage on your RZR for less than $40 per month. A primary caveat to this, however, is your driving record. If you have a few speeding tickets or an otherwise poor driving record, traditional insurance companies will charge you an arm and a leg cover your RZR. 

    For those with clean records, these large insurers are a decent option. We know folks that pay $36 a month to cover their RZR XPT through Geico, and others that pay $37 a month to cover their 2020 Turbo S through State Farm. Liberty Mutual is around the same price, as is Progressive. However, like regular audio insurance, the amount you pay for UTV coverage will vary based on your age and the state in which you live. Younger drivers should  expect to pay more, and coverage for those living in states like California and New York will be higher than the national average. 

    Covering multiple drivers will also cost more. With Progressive, for example, you can get full coverage for two drivers on a 2018 XP 1000 for around $230 per year. And depending on what infractions you have on your license, you may still be able to get relatively cheap insurance. A long-time customer of Everything Polaris RZR from Colorado told us he pays $40 per month from Liberty Mutual to cover his machine — and he is a notorious speed daemon with the tickets to prove it.    

    Using Smaller-Name Insurers To Cover Your RZR

    There are many niche insurance companies that focus on particular states or on ATVs, side-by-sides, and other off-road toys. So if you’ve received an egregious quote from the bigger players, using one of the smaller guys may prove cheaper. Sled Insure is a company that covers cars, snowmobiles, ATVs, and other power-sports vehicles. They only cover 31 states in the US, but if you happen to reside in a state where they do business, they are a viable option for Polaris RZR insurance. 

    Some RZR owners get full coverage on both their Razor and their ATV from a company called Safeco for only $46 per month, while others get even better rates from companies like Country Financial, Erie, and American Family Insurance. Regarding the latter, it’s not uncommon to get base coverage for as little as $18 per month. 

    Just because you’re paying less for insurance, however, doesn’t mean that you’re getting more value. It all depends on the coverage options, what the insurance company is going to cover, the deductible, and many other factors. The Richmond Insurance Group is a popular option among Polaris RZR owners. In fact, because they specialize in off-road insurance policies, many riders end up switching all their vehicles over to them. 

    If you’re not located in Kentucky, Foremost Insurance is a good option. You can get a year of coverage with million-dollar liability limits and a max guest medical of $25,000 for only $183 — or just $100 for comp and collision deductibles. 

    Some RZR riders like to also carry uninsured motorist property damage and medical, which extends their limits to cover themselves, and other riders if they are uninsured or underinsured. A good number of RZR owners wouldn't dream of turning in a claim if they can fix the problem themselves. Even if you hit someone, doing all you can to pay out of pocket will help keep you claim free — which is important because insurance companies will always try to get you back in the long run through higher rates in the future. Similarly, choosing super high limits on coverage signals to insurance companies that you’re a responsible owner, and therefore much less of a risk than someone who rides around with state minimums.   

    In Closing

    A high accident rate with UTVs as well as a growing number of insurance fraud schemes have inflated many insurance policies for the Polaris RZR and other side-by-sides. But you can avoid the amount you pay to cover your machine by using smaller-name insurance companies, choosing higher deductibles, or utilizing build-your-own-policy tools from companies like Progressive, Liberty Mutual, Farmers, and other ATV/UTV insurance providers. You might like to live on the edge and ride without insurance. But if you want to make your machine street legal or simply enjoy the peace of mind that comes with full Polaris RZR coverage, the right insurance will go a long way. 

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