The Yamaha Rhino is an ATV that is designed and marketed by Yamaha. It is an all-terrain vehicle, meaning that it is meant to be driven in all sorts of conditions and terrains. The Yamaha Rhino is a two-seat ATV, which allows for two people to use the vehicle. It is similar to many other ATVs on the market.
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The Rhino is different from many ATVs in the case that is has bucket seats. These seats allow for the passengers to sit side by side, while with many ATVs those riding sit one in front and one in back. The Yamaha Rhino also has a pickup-like bed in the back of it, allowing its users to carry things as well.
However, there are many problems with the design of the Rhino ATV. These problems have led to many injuries. The biggest problem is the issue with the center of gravity, which allows it to be susceptible to roll-overs. Although there is a roll-cage on the ATV, the center of gravity problems, plus the small size of the tires, allows the ATV to roll over even on flat surfaces, driving at low speeds.
If you or someone you know owns a Yamaha Rhino ATV, you should be aware of the various safety issues with the product, and should be careful to make sure you use the product in a way that will be safe for yourself and your family.
Although the all terrain vehicle has been modified by Yamaha for newer models being produced, the company did not issue a recall on the models that are currently in the garages and back yards of consumers. And, even though a warning letter was sent, it is feared that many people will not read the warning letter, and will still continue to use the product in a dangerous way.
Therefore, if you have been hurt, or have had a loved one with injuries sustained from the Yamaha Rhino ATV, hiring a lawyer from Anapol Schwartz should be your number one priority.