If you do a lot of to late summer riding, the time is now to check the coolant in your ATV. Coolant levels can drop due to any number of issues, including worn engine components and leaky reservoir bottles or internal seals on your ride. There are several tools available at your local auto parts dealer that can also tell you if the coolant is capable of doing its job or if it may need to be flushed then replaced. One thing to note about the coolant in your ATV is the coolant actually lubricates seals and internal components as well to help properly maintain the system in which the coolant lives. Here are three items to keep the ATV you love running strong in extreme heat or cold.