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Well, all I have to say is that whenever you ride any type of offroad vehicle, you take a chance of injury. Awareness and safety should always be a priority when riding.

I will say that those things do rollover. I had 2 friends roll one over but they were both ok. Why those injuries happened to those people, I'm not sure. I don't know if they have a case or not, it's hard to say.

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That dog won't hunt !

Prepare and expect the unexpected...PERIOD !

Kinda funny how it did not explain what he was doing ?

most likely driving beyond what the machine can handle

much less the driver.

I feel bad that people get hurt or worse,However personal

responsibility,accountability and common sense always seems

to be lacking then someone gets hurt and it's the Machines

fault.

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I agree with you all. It is always the operators resonsiblity to drive the vehicle within its limits. On the Rhino there are suffecient warning stickers that warn about the rollover risk. So I don't see how they would have a case. Accidents are normally always caused by driver error.

Yamaha now has a recall to get doors on the Rhinos. All you have to do is call a dealer and they will order and install them on your ride for no cost. I wonder if that has anything to do with this case?

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