All-terrain vehicles or ATV’s, are also known as a quad, three-wheeler, four-track, four-wheeler, or quadricycle. This is defined as a vehicle that runs on low-pressure tires, with the only primary seat for the operator, along with handlebars for control steering. As implied by the name, the ATV tracks are sketched with a range of geographical landforms in mind.
ATV tracks are designed to replace the wheels of the vehicle with the rubber tracks, fitted into the strapping built. The principal sprocket that operates each belt is networked directly to the ATV’s wheel. Adding rubber tracks significantly improves friction and offers more surface area for better flotation.