ATVs are generally easier to transport long-distance than UTVs, given they’ll fit in the beds of most full-size pickups and many standard utility trailers.
When considering an ATV or UTV for work and farming chores, keep in mind that the ATV is quicker to hop on and off, which can be an advantage when doing certain jobs out in the field. They’re also narrower, which means you can slip through tight gates, narrow trails and other obstacles that bar UTV entry. While larger utility side-by-sides deliver more space and capacity for hauling, utility ATVs have plenty to offer with their cargo racks and towing capabilities. If additional hauling capacity is needed, trailers can be utilized to make up for the lack of a utility bed on an ATV.