The amount of clearance between the ground and the bottom of your UTV/4x4 is different for each vehicle.
Before driving off-road, check the clearance for these parts of your UTV/4x4:
Front and rear differentials
approach angle and the departure angle for your vehicle. Even though the front of your UTV/4x4 clears an obstacle, the middle or rear of the vehicle may not clear.
breakover angle for your vehicle to avoid having the middle of your vehicle stuck on an obstacle while both the front and rear wheels are off the ground. See the illustration below.
The approach angle and departure angle will change based on various factors, including the number of passengers in the UTV/4x4, the tire pressure, and how fast you are traveling.
approach angle The angle measurement on a ramp, ditch, or other obstacle that a vehicle can approach without hitting the front bumper, spoiler, or bottom of the vehicle
breakover angle The slope on a hill, mound of dirt, or other obstacle that a vehicle can clear without hitting the bottom of the vehicle, getting stuck, or becoming high centered
departure angle The angle measurement on a ramp, ditch, or other obstacle that a vehicle can depart from without hitting the bottom of the vehicle, rear bumper, quarter panel, or trailer hitch