ROVs can be hazardous to operate. Improper use can cause severe injury or death. Each rider must wear a seat belt, approved helmet, eye protection and protective gear. Each rider must use handholds/steering wheel and stay completely
inside the vehicle. Each rider must be able to sit with their back against the seat, feet flat on floor and hands on handholds/steering wheel and must read and understand the operator’s manual before riding. Follow all instructions and
warnings. Avoid abrupt maneuvers, hard acceleration when turning and sidehilling. Avoid paved surfaces. Slow down before entering a turn. Don’t operate on public roads unless designated for off-highway vehicle access — collisions with
cars and trucks can occur. Never engage in stunt driving. Never drive or ride under influence of alcohol or drugs. Avoid excessive speeds and be particularly careful on difficult terrain. All ROV operators must have a valid driver’s license.
No operators under age 16. Never carry a passenger in the cargo box or exceed seating capacity. Do not shoot from or lean firearms or bows against the ROV. Arctic Cat recommends that all riders take a training course. For safety and
training information, go to www.rohva.org. Along with concerned conservationists everywhere, Arctic Cat urges you to “Tread Lightly” on public and private lands. Ride only on designated areas or trails.
Preserve your future riding opportunities by showing respect for the environment, local laws and the rights of others when riding. Arctic Cat,® Share Our Passion™ and Wildcat™ are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Arctic Cat Inc. ©2015 Arctic Cat Sales Inc., Thief River Falls, MN 56701. Arctic Cat A TVs and Side by Sides (ROVs) are world-class products from Arctic Cat Inc.
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Where do you want to go? With its high power-to-weight ratio, the
Wildcat™ Sport Side by Side from Arctic Cat® has the acceleration,
climbing ability and suspension to get there. It even has a lower center of
gravity than a Polaris RZR® S for superb handling. For trails, check out its
brother, the 50-inch-wide Wildcat Trail. Learn more at arcticcat.com.