Off-highway vehicles allow people the freedom to trek off the beaten path, and in Montana, some of the best views can be seen from the back of an off-highway vehicle. That being said, not all off-highway vehicles are used for sightseeing. In today’s post, we will give you a guide to the different types of off-highway vehicles.

As a dealer of off-highway vehicles in Montana, you know that the process of selling these vehicles is not as simple as placing a price sticker on the hood. Before you can sell an off-highway vehicle to the next buyer, you have to fill out paperwork and make sure that the vehicles are titled to your dealership. At MVD Express Montana, we offer a variety of commercial MVD services. If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to title your off-highway vehicles, we can help! We offer a variety of MVD services for vehicle dealers in Billings and the surrounding areas. To learn more and to schedule an appointment, contact MVD Express Montana today!

All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)

ATVs are one of the most common types of off-highway vehicles. They are classified as being motorized vehicles with a straddle seat, handlebars for steering, and three or four low-pressure tires. ATVs can be used for a variety of different activities, including hunting, camping, exploring nature, and more!

Utility Task Vehicles (UTVs)

Utility task vehicles have a similar design to recreational off-highway vehicles, which we will talk about more later, but they are used for more specialized work. These vehicles typically feature a bench or bucket seat, use four or more low-pressure tires, and can reach speeds of no more than 30 mph. The difference between UTVs and other off-highway vehicles is that they are used for hauling large loads. You will often see these vehicles used for jobs that require the workers to move materials from one place to another.

Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles (ROVs)

As mentioned above, ROVs and UTVs have very similar designs. Both feature bench or bucket seats as opposed to a straddle seat. In addition to seating, both vehicles also use four or more low-pressure tires. The difference between an ROV and a UTV is that an ROV travel at speeds more than 30 mph.

As the name suggests, ROVs are used for recreational activities. The benefit of using an ROV is that it can travel on many different types of terrain, such as rocky, sandy, muddy, and more! When you’re looking for a vehicle that can take you places that others cannot, then an ROV is the way to go.

MVD Express Montana

At MVD Express Montana, our goal is to make your life easier by providing you with all the MVD services you need, without having to spend hours waiting in line. Being a vehicle dealer is hard enough without having to waste an entire day trying to get all of your paperwork together for all of the vehicles you’re trying to sell. At MVD Express, we make it easier for you to get back to the job at hand. Whether you’re an off-highway vehicle dealer, a vehicle dealer in Montana, or a dealer in Canada, we’ve got you covered. Contact MVD Express today!