That looks like a very sturdy attachment point. I've never lost an ATV off my trailer but I've had straps come loose before. The problem I see with strapping or chaining down ATVs/UTVs to a trailer, is that when you hit a bump with the tow vehicle and trailer, the whole ATV/UTV wants to squat or bounce as well. This can unhook ratchet straps or chains unless you really load the straps up tight and keep the ATV/UTV from being able to squat much further. I notice it a lot more with my SxS than I did with ATVs. I don't like having to strap my rig down that tightly.
I am a big fan of the Erickson Wheel Chock Tie Down kit for this reason...it allows my SxS to absorb some of the roughness of the road as the suspension is still free to move, only the tires are strapped down (between two wheel chocks). The only thing that would make this system better, in my opinion, is if the strap going over the tire had a "basket" or "net" strap style like most car hauler ratchets do. However, I've never had a strap shift off the tire in transit, probably mainly due to the aggressive lugs on the tires. The price is pretty reasonable as well. $31 per pair--a pair is probably plenty for an ATV but just for peace of mind I put them on all 4 corners of my Teryx. When not hauling my SxS, I like having the extra e-track mounting points as well, and I added 4 sections of e-track to my trailer to have lots of tie-down options for various hauling tasks.
Last edited by cynjon; 02-04-2019 at 06:26 PM.