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4 Seater Can-Am
1 Hour Tour
1000 CC Turbo
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AVIVAA UTV SAFETY TIPS
When it comes to driving an UTV in Haiti you will immediately feel the freedom and endless nature in the Haiti trails. Enjoy the wind and the amazing views while bashing through the trail or the mountains. However, a UTV can be much more dangerous than a regular car.
How do we reduce the risks of accidents and injuries?
01. Safety and protection Gear
It sounds simple and yes, it is, to keep yourself safe in a Utv. Just use the safety gear that we provide free of charge in our facility. This includes a proper racing helmet, to prevent injuries from small stones or bushes that pass with high speed. There’s no windshield on the utv's, for this we provide racing googles to stop dust, grit and stones getting in your eyes. This will keep you driving more safely.
3. Safe riding behavior
a) Use your eyes (yes this is the key) and get yourself an overview of the next 20 meters. If you cannot see what is in front of you, slow down and drive carefully. Follow the police chase lights.
b) Always follow the line of your guide. This will make sure you don´t end up in terrain that wasn´t checked for safety. If you feel safe you can play in certain areas on your own risk.
c) If you are not sure about your next step, stop and wait for your guide to help you.
5. Distance between Utv and other on road vehicles
Always keep a safe distance to other vehicles in front of you and next to you. Before you decide to move into any direction, make sure no other vehicles are in your new line. Please slow down when you are in a school zone.
02 Save behavior in the UTV
Always strap yourself in with the seat belt. This reduces the chances of serious injuries in the event of the Utv crashing hard or flipping.
Keep your hands inside the vehicle, this is very important also for passenger. The passenger has a handle in front of him/her or on the sides that he or she should tight on the ride.
The main reason for accidents and injuries on the trail is speed. Even small grass humps can turn into a dangerous ramp and let you end up rolling and crashing the vehicle hard. Simply choose a speed that is comfortable for you. This gives you time to react in changing trail conditions. If you want to drive slower than the guide, just slow down. The guide will adjust his speed to your needs. DO NOT do 360s/donuts or drifting. The trail conditions are changing and you might hit hard sand or stones that make you roll over. DO NOT go fast into corners. Your outside wheels might get stuck and you roll over.
6. How to manage the UTVS.
Driving on the trail needs some practice. Don´t stop on the trail unless you move over. Otherwise you will get hit from behind. If the Utv does not move forward anymore, just stop and wait for help. Don´t try to get out with full throttle in mud or a river, it will just dig you in deeper.