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Kill Switch


This has been covered via discussion on "Is this something they are going to start enforcing". I could see them adding it to the list of things they check for when they are doing an inspection and take the opportunity to educate the driver of the vessel. With many boaters not being aware, I do not see the park service giving tickets for not wearing one unless it is a reoccurring instance after warnings were given.


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Every boat I've owned has had a kill switch but I've never once worn the lanyard. If I get tossed out of my cruiser I've screwed the pooch to the point a kill switch is not going to make a difference.