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How Is Trail Information Gathered?

The trail data displayed on your 7-inch Ride Command display, 4.3-inch Polaris Interactive Digital Display (PIDD) and the Ride Command App and website is obtained and vetted by local trail and club managers, the Department of National Resources, Forestry Service and state/provincial agencies that partner with Polaris. These managers submit information that is then used to provide Ride Command updates. Approved trail updates will appear on the app and web in 1 to 2 days.

Trail updates on the vehicle displays must be downloaded from the Ride Command website and installed on the display. Read Updating Your Off-Road Vehicle's 7-Inch Ride Command Display or Updating Your Interactive Digital Display for full instructions to update your Off-Road Vehicle's Ride Command display.  Read Updating Your 7S Display and How to Update Your PIDD for full instructions to update your snowmobile's display.

Those interested in partnering with Polaris can fill out an online application by clicking on CLUB/TRAIL MANAGER at the bottom of the page on

Once the application is submitted, it will be approved or denied in 1 to 2 business days. After approval, you will receive a welcome email from the Trail Ambassador for your area and get started as a trail manager.

Trail manger link

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