How atv's work

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How atv's work

By | Feb. 2000
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Thesis statement: All terrain vehicles are helpful and useful and I will explain how they work and how to fix them in this paper.

Outline: Inn this paper I will discuss ATV's and general knowledge and getting them wet. I also will discuss their origin and how they need care and how to keep them doing good for a long time.

What is an ATV? It is an All Terrain Vehicle, also called three or four wheelers. It is also called a quad or ATV. An ATV is built to go where other vehicles cannot go. ATV's are also built to handle a lot of stress and abuse. ATV's are virtually indestructible; however, they have a few weaknesses and it is important to know and understand those few weaknesses. You should always do a complete check of your ATV before riding . Second, ATV's also provide power and speed. There are also amphibian ATV's that float and go like a boat. ATV's were first "work" vehicles for telephone and electrical linemen and other types of people. They used the ATV's to get from one pole to another that went over difficult terrain where 4x4 trucks could not go.

(Estrem ATV's 10)
Second, you do not need a special permit or driver's license to drive a ATV although special training is recommend by several manufacturers and some even give seminars and free classes. I believe that some company's give cash back to people who take classes. I ,myself, have not taken any of these classes. There are no age limits or restrictions because these are not operated on public streets, roads or highways. ATV's are "Off-road" machines. There is also safety gear to protect you from harm. These accessories include helmets, gloves, boots, chest protectors and so on.

(Estrem ATV's 10-11)
Third, ATV's need some type of power plant to propel them. The types of power plants that are most common are the two stroke engine and the four stroke engine (A stroke is one movement of the piston Microsoft Encarta 96 Internal Combustion Engine). The general principle of the two-stroke...