Like most average owners, many people know the do’s and don’t’s of operating outdoor power Equipment. No one likes to think about accidents, especially when they involve our children. These things happen, and most times, they can be completely avoidable with the correct knowledge of how to operate this equipment. With the many moving parts and possibility of injury from discharge, mowers are absolutely not a place for children of any age. Not riding with dad, not following along while mom mows, not even watching your neighbor Bob as he mows his lawn. Period. This heavy duty equipment is exactly that, HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT. The risk of injury from this equipment is there and is lined out in every owners manual that is produced. But, it is a dealers job to make sure that before that customer leaves they understand all of the risk and has a working knowledge of how to operate the machine safely. Emphasis on safely. There are tons of sites that explain these safety precautions (OPEI is my favorite) and they don’t do this for their health. They do it for your’s and your family’s health. Just remember to read your owners manual, choose the right equipment for the job, be aware of any risk or obstacles, and please keep children safe and supervised because kids and mowers just don’t mix.
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