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Keep off-roading safe and fun. Don’t let the government dictate the handling and performance capabilities of your future side-by-sides


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The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) wants to design your next off-road side-by-side (ROV) vehicle. Despite the willingness of off-road manufacturers, along with the Recreation Off-Highway Vehicle Association (ROHVA), to work in unison with the CPSC to develop ongoing safety improvements for all off-highway vehicles, the CPSC appears determined to mandate handling and performance [...]

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