I used to be a big quad rider, back before my accident.(stupidity)
I had a sport quad that was made for one thing. Going really fast in a straight line. 2001 yamaha banshee 350 twin 2stroke. Topped out at 82, right out the box. In 94' they did 112 right from the factory.
Well long story short...I was a wheelie king, I could ride em for miles...literally
one particularly long riding day ended in me breaking my rear axle mid wheelie around 45mph, ON THE FRIGGIN HIGHWAY. I had a dot approved helmet on so that saved my life as the first thing that hit the ground was my head. The teeshirt, cutoffs, and sandals didnt do much for protection. I was laid up for over a month recovering, and dont remember much from when my head hit the ground, untill I was inside my house. They had to do some cutting on my elbow, and gave me lots of demoral.
I dont ride any more. Unless its trail riding, slow technical stuff.
Hope you enjoy your new toy, but keep your respect for it. Just as soon as you loose that respect it will dump ya. You will make many a good memory with that quad involved, and your children