When I reviewed the vehicles online, I was thinking about one of the other options. The employees I talked to on the phone seemed to be pushing the higher priced RZR, and I balked a little, thinking that they were just trying to boost profits. But when I got there and looked at the vehicles in person, I could see right away that the RZR was the way to go. The others looked like glorified go-carts. I did not regret spending more on the RZR, it drove very nicely on roads as well as rocks. The well-padded seats were much better on my back. The trail is pretty rough and uneven; I'm so glad that I had power steering, good suspension, etc.
As mentioned by others, this is a good outfit that sets you up properly. The maps are completely self-explanatory, although I would recommend that one person drive while the other read the instructions on the map. The vehicles seemed to be in great shape, which is surprising given the wear and tear that must occur. The Indian ruins weren't all that thrilling, but it was nice to get out and stretch our legs a little and use the bathroom. Overall, no complaints.
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