Utility Vehicles / Side by Side Description
Gators and other utility vehicles come in a variety of sizes. Larger vehicles are more heavy-duty while smaller vehicles have better maneuverability. Consider your property and its terrain before renting a utility vehicle from the KWIPPED network of suppliers. Also, be sure to rent or lease appropriate attachments for the vehicle to complete your projects.
Features of utility vehicles / side by sides
Utility vehicles are available with 2-wheel or 4-wheel drive. Some models provide more traction with 6 wheels on a 4-wheel drive vehicle. They are comfortable and easy to drive. Hydraulic lifts are available for the box beds and many models come with a trailer hitch. Utility vehicles with gas, diesel, and electric engines are available.
How utility vehicles / side by sides work
Utility vehicles are easy to operate and usually have a box bed. Many third-party companies make attachments for the vehicles making it possible to tackle a large number of farm projects with one vehicle. Utility vehicles are smaller and faster than a tractor and better in tight spaces than a pickup truck making them ideal for moving around a farm, ranch, or large property.