ATV Writeoff?

vadeere

LawnSite Member
Location
Winchester, VA
Is an atv a legitimate tax writeoff? I am thinking of purchaseing one to pull a small trailer for mulch and such as that, also I would use it in the winter to push snow with. It might also find personal use in deer season and when my friends and I go camping. The atv I am thinking of is a new Polaris Sportsman 700. Does any else do this?
Thanks:confused:
 

Planet Landscaping

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Oxford ct.
Oh ya. Plow sidewalks, aerate, pull a thatch matect.,and on days off,fun fun fun. We use Prairie 650 4x4s Modified to the gills. 100% Writeoff (the things wheelie awesome):blob2: :blob2: :angel: :D
 

rookiemower

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
chicago suburbs
i use a grizzly 660 (yamaha) oh boy is it fast
 

Metro Lawn

LawnSite Silver Member
We use 2 Polaris 4x4s. Never had a problem with write offs.
 

hoyboy

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Chicago
My "toy" Honda Foreman can plow a city block worth of sidewalks in less than 10 minutes. If that doesn't qualify for a write off, I don't know what does.
 

DiscoveryLawn

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Dayton, Oh
I bought one a couple of years ago to pull a trailer with mulch. We built a 1.25 cu. yard trailer and was able to spread 4-6 yards of mulch per hour with 2 guys at a condo complex with beds 150 to 250 feet away from our pile.

Definately a business asset! Definately a business expense! Write it off.
 

Planet Landscaping

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Oxford ct.
Now only if I could use my Softail,Boat,or hanglider somehow in the buisness!:D :D :D
 

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