Getting out on the open country roads, wind in your hair and dirt flying by at break neck pace, are all reasons you got your Polaris in the first place. If you want to get the best use out of this recreational vehicle, however, you want to personalize and add some accessories that will help enhance the experience for you and your passengers. Consider the following must have accessories to add to your list of things to outfit your Polaris with.
Get a Rearview Mirror
This seems like a no brainer, but many UTVs are not equipped with a rearview mirror. Many drivers would argue that they do not need one. They are, after all, designed to be driven in areas where others are not necessarily around. There are not a lot of obstacles to overcome. That being said, rearview mirrors can come in very handy when trying to back up on a rocky ravine, trying to make sure that people following you are still there, and to watch all of the dust that you are leaving in your wake! Get one that allows you to see all around your Polaris in order to keep a gauge on what is going on outside of the vehicle.
Storage Pack for the Bed
You will want to carry some supplies with you out on your outing. Because of the dust you will be kick up, and the bumps you will be going over, it is best not to have these items lying next to you. Keep everything in one place by getting a flexible storage pack that can easily fit within the bed of the machine. When you are ready to access what you have packed, everything will be there waiting for you right where youleft it.
Storage Pack for the Cab
Even if you have a pack for the bed, you will want one for the cab as well. This will allow you to access important items while on the go, meaning you do not have to pull over and walk to the bed. A cab storage pack is useful for storing such items as maps, cameras, phones, snakes, and more.
You Need Some Quality Doors
Polaris doors are a must have accessory. Not all of them come with these, so you will want to add them if not. This adds an essential layer of protection for you and your passenger when you are out on the open roads. You may not necessarily need them of you are on a smooth desert trail, but once rocks and bumps are involved, you will be glad that you added this accessory. They are also relatively easy to remove when you feel you don’t need them.