Texas Insurance Safety Tips for Recreational Boats
Your water fun depends on you, your equipment and
other people who, like yourself, enjoy spending leisure time on,
in or near the water. Let's take a look at your responsibilities:
- Make sure the boat is in top operating condition and
that there are no tripping hazards. The boat should be free of fire
hazards and have clean bilges
- Safety equipment, required by law, is on board, maintained
in good condition, and you know how to properly use these devices.
- File a float plan with a relative or friend.
- Have a complete knowledge of the operation and handling
characteristics of your boat.
- Know your position and know where you are going.
- Maintain a safe speed at all times to avoid collision.
- Keep an eye out for changing weather conditions, and
- Know and practice the Rules of the Road (Navigation
- Know and obey Federal and state regulations and waterway
a clear, unobstructed view forward at all times. "Scan" the water back and forth; avoid "tunnel" vision.
Most boating collisions are caused by inattention.
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