Towing a RZR behind another vehicle is not recommended. Always transport the vehicle on a trailer or flatbed.
If towing a disabled vehicle is unavoidable, place the disabled vehicle's transmission in neutral. Tow the shortest distance possible. Do not operate faster than 10 miles per hour (16 kilometers per hour).
Transporting the Vehicle
Follow these procedures when transporting the vehicle:
1. Place the transmission in PARK.
2. Stop the engine. Turn the key back on to the accessory or ON position without starting the engine. Slowly release the brake pedal and make sure the transmission is in PARK before exiting the vehicle, verifying that the PARK position is shown on the display.
3. Prior to securing the vehicle, adjust the vehicle's compression damping settings to their lowest (softest) setting by turning the clickers all the way out. On vehicles equipped with DYNAMIX active suspension, the key switch must remain in the ON position, the suspension mode switch must be in the COMFORT setting and the demo mode timeout must not be active while securing the vehicle. Shock damping settings can be verified on the suspension visualization screen.
4. Secure the vehicle. Warning: Vehicles equipped with DYNAMIX active suspension must be powered on, set to COMFORT mode and properly functioning in order to ensure the shocks are operating at their minimum compression damping setting prior to securing the vehicle for transport. Failure to ensure the shocks are in their minimum compression damping setting prior to securing the vehicle can potentially lead to a reduction of intended strap tension while trailering.
5. After the vehicle has been secured, verify the gauge indicates PARK and turn the vehicle power OFF. On DYNAMIX equipped models, verify also that the suspension compression damping values are still soft after securing the vehicle. If after securing the suspension demo mode has timed out or the suspension has moved to a FIRM setting as indicated on the suspension control screen, cycle the key switch, place the mode switch in COMFORT mode and re-tighten the straps per step number 3.
6. Remove the key to prevent loss during transporting. Secure the fuel cap and seats. Ensure that the seats are attached correctly and are not loose. Warning: Cargo and other loose vehicle parts may fly off while transporting your RZR. Secure or remove all cargo and inspect the unit for loose parts prior to transport.
7. Always tie the frame of the vehicle to the transporting unit securely with suitable straps or rope. See below for proper tie-down points. Make sure two tie straps are attached to the front, one on each side, and two are attached to the rear.
Tie-down points on RZR models with trailing arms:
Tie-down points on RZR models with A-arms:
RS1 tie-down points:
Make sure you know the weight of your cargo and the safe working load limit (WLL) of your straps. The WLL is a measure of the maximum weight the strap can safely handle. The combined WLL of your straps must be greater than the weight of your cargo. If the vehicle weighs 1,000 pounds and you are using four straps, each strap must have a WLL of at least 250 pounds.
8. If transporting a RZR equipped with a roof in a non-enclosed trailer, the vehicle must face forward or the roof must be removed. Failure to comply may allow airflow, vibration or other factors to separate the roof from the vehicle.
Click on the following links for model-specific trailering and transportation instructions.
2014-2020 RZR 900, S 900 and S4 900
2014+ RZR XP 1000 and XP 4 1000
2020+ RZR Pro XP and Pro XP 4
RZR Pro XP and RZR Pro XP 4 with DYNAMIX
2016-2021 RZR XP Turbo with DYNAMIX
2022+ RZR Pro R
2022+ RZR Pro R with DYNAMIX
To review the vehicle transportation guidelines, please reference your Owner's Manual.
Read Choosing the Right Trailer for more information.
To learn more about choosing a trailer and proper trailering techniques, listen to the Happy Trailering to You and Your ORV episode of the Polaris Podcast.
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