As of now, one would purchase a $30,000 UTV fitted with cheap and weak parts. Another $30,000 would then need to be spent “to try and make it safer and stronger” via suggested fabrication shop upgrades, which can end up being over $100,000.
After all that work, one would still have a glorified golf kart that was not designed to perform to the spec that companies are portraying in photographs and videos.
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