UTV Off Road

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UTV Off Roads

Mega Engineering Vehicle will Design and Engineer UTV Off Road with the most advance technology in the world!
The most Advanced UTV Off Road!

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Mega Engineering Vehicle have developed UTV Off Road Concept with Mega’s UTV Off Road with the most advance technology in the world!
UTV Off-Road is a bi-monthly periodical devoted entirely to UTVs/Side-by-Sides and to the thriving community of Off-Road enthusiasts. Published by Mega Engineering Vehicles(MEV), UTV Off-Road delivers in-depth new vehicle, cutting edge custom vehicle, epic trail rides, new products, product, regional events, and everything in between. UTV Off-Road Magazine is the passionate leader in the UTV and Side-by-Side industry. We are the first consumer magazine focusing on this exciting, growing recreational market segment nationwide. We show the world the UTV lifestyle and infuse it with high-impact photography and a simple reader interactive layout. Our dedicated staff exposes the fun and family side of UTVs to exciting and high interest levels for our readers.
The majority of the side by sides come factory equipped with a ROPS, or roll over protection system. Many of the vehicles also come equipped with hard tops, windshields, and even cab enclosures.
The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) defines Multipurpose Off-Highway Utility Vehicles (MOHUVs) as vehicles with: “(a) four or more wheels, (b) a steering wheel, (c) non-straddle seating, and (d) maximum speeds between 25 mph and 50 mph. In addition, MOHUVs have foot controls for throttle and braking, occupant restraints, and rollover protective structures.” MOHUVs with maximum speeds in excess of 30 mph meet the Consumer Product Safety Commission definition of an ROV. Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles are subject to additional safety standards including “visual seat belt usage reminders; leg/foot barriers; shoulder/hip barriers; and arm/hand barriers to restrict occupant egress and excursion from the vehicle during a rollover event”.

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