What Makes an UTV Cover Trailerable?

What Makes an UTV Cover Trailerable

Your regular UTV storage cover may not hold up to the demands of trailering. Here’s why.

The Best Trailerable UTV Cover is specially designed to withstand the forces of highway travel.

Not all ATV and UTV covers are alike. You may think that a storage ATV cover could pass as a trailerable cover, but the truth is that storage covers designed solely for storage may not hold up to the wear and tear of highway travel. The three main features that set trailerable ATV covers apart from the pack are material thickness, tie-down straps, and a secure fit.

Material Thickness

utv cover material thikness

When you travel at high speeds down the highway, the wind can whip your cover around something fierce. Thinner, less durable materials will tear under the force of the wind.

In order to withstand the wear and tear of highway travel, your ATV cover must be constructed with heavy duty materials. Trailerable ATV covers are thicker and more durable than storage covers, making them able to withstand constant wind, rain, and other forces during travel.

UTV Cover Tie Down Straps

Tie Down Straps

With the force of wind speed, your cover needs to be securely strapped down in order to stay in place. Tie-down straps ensure that your cover stays in place on your ATV, UTV, or side by side. You can adjust these straps as needed for a tighter fit.

Secure Fit

utv cover secure fit

Without a secure fit, the wind can whip under the cover and “parachute” your cover. Getting whipped around by the wind can damage your cover. Make sure the trailerable cover for your quad ensures a snug fit to reduce the wear and tear on your cover during trailering.

About the author

Matthew Brodie

Hi there! This blog was created to share my off-roading, gear-related knowledge with those interested in the field. I’ve worked as mechanic for years and have been a devoted off-roader for as long. Now, I’ve decided to combine the two and share my experience with passionate audience. I do not claim to know it all – but when something new hits the surface, I will be on it to research its ups and downs. Call me an off-roading nerd if you like, and as long as you can find something useful in here – you are heartedly welcome!

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