Rent a UTV vs. ATV in Phoenix


Off road driving is one of Arizona’s most popular recreational activities, and for so many reasons. At Westside Recreation we rent UTV units in Phoenix from our Pleasant Valley Airport location in Peoria, located roughly 10 minutes south of Lake Pleasant. We enjoy comfortable temperatures throughout the year, and mostly sunny days with mild nights. Arizona has the perfect terrain to explore with designated trails to follow, making planning your excursions easy.


UTVs, or Utility Task Vehicles, are ideal for the trails here. They differ from traditional ATV or quad rental vehicles because they offer side-by-side seating, seatbelts, and superior protection from rollovers. They are also more stable from their lower center of gravity making renting a UTV a perfect solution for families wanting to explore, but not wanting to compromise on safety. In fact, our Polaris RZR UTVs are equipped with everything you need to safely drive on the main road, which means you can leave right from our office; no need to tow anywhere to start your adventure.


Whether you have younger children or older kids, you can count count on the stability of a UTV having all the safety features you want in a vehicle. The majority of the side-by-sides as, opposed to ATVs, come factory equipped with a ROPS, or roll over protection system. Our RZRs also come equipped with hard tops, and windshields for added protection. For younger kids, we ask that you follow the same laws as you would in your own vehicle, and always use a car seat of booster within DOT guidelines.


So the next time you are thinking of planning a fun and exciting day for your family, consider renting a UTV and rest assure that you be providing all the adventure your kids crave without sacrificing their safety.


We Rent Fun at Westside Recreation! 602.812.2232


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