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Yamaha Rhino Safety Modifications

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While the Rhino has been a reliable and versatile vehicle, some operators have engaged in abrupt maneuvers (such as turning the steering wheel too far or too fast) or aggressive driving (such as sliding, skidding, fishtailing, or doing donuts) that have resulted in side rollovers – even on flat, open areas. Unfortunately, some occupants have [...]

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