Polaris 500 EFI Touring Offroad Vehicle User Manual

Turning the Vehicle
Both rear wheels drive
equally at all times (except
when operating in 2X4 mode
with the differential
unlocked). This means that
the outside wheel must travel
a greater distance than the
inside wheel when turning,
and the inside tire must slip
traction slightly.
1. Slow down.
2. Never turn quickly when
carrying a passenger or
3. Steer in the direction of
the turn.
4. Keep both feet on the footrests.
5. Lean your upper body to the inside of the turn while supporting your
weight on the outer footrest.
NOTE: This technique alters the balance of traction between the rear wheels,
allowing the turn to be made smoothly.
6. The same leaning technique should be used for turning in reverse.
NOTE: Practice making turns at slow speeds before attempting to turn at
faster speeds.
Turning at sharp angles or at excessive speeds can result in vehicle overturn
and lead to serious injury. Avoid turning at sharp angles. Never turn at high