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Polaris Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Our Focus and Commitment

"The COVID-19 situation continues to be very dynamic and we are all learning how to operate effectively in an extremely challenging environment, both personally and in our organizations. Polaris remains dedicated to being your trusted partner – now and over the long-term – by providing reliable mobility solutions and support for your organization, even in this unprecedented situation. Your mission is our mission, and our dedicated people are ready to support you."

-Dr. John Olson, VP and GM of Polaris Commercial, Government & Defense


Whether you have questions about your current vehicles, training, parts or support, or need to purchase new vehicles, we’ve gathered resources and links below to help you quickly and clearly find what you need. 

Helpful Resources

Is my local dealer still open?

We are working closely with our dealers to navigate this situation. We want to keep you informed of any changes in dealership operations in case you need any of your Polaris products serviced, or are needing additional products during this time.


If you are a National Accounts customer, please contact your sales representative.

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Service Questions

To continue to support our customers, our service team is available to help with any service related questions you have regarding your Polaris product.


For GEM, Pro XD, Ranger support, please contact: Polaris Service Support.


For Taylor-Dunn support, please contact: Taylor-Dunn Service Support.

Supporting Our Employees

Supporting and protecting our Polaris team has been, and remains, our priority throughout our response to the COVID-19 situation.

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Coronavirus Resources

The safety of the entire Polaris family is our top priority. We are closely following the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) as we navigate the evolving Coronavirus situation.

Learn About CDC Guidelines Visit CDC Learn About WHO Guidelines Visit WHO