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Old 01-22-2013, 09:45 PM
blakekrone blakekrone is offline
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Originally Posted by tr6coug View Post
Mainly the concern that anyone with a finger (e.g. little kids) could start the boat. A car is different, you need more conditions to start, like have the key on you then press the brake AND push the button. Having a deliberate sequence like 1 or 2 quick pushes, then one long push is safer than just a push and hold.
problem is that theory doesn't hold true, a kid is going to press the button like crazy if not controlled and could inadvertently still hit the sequence.

I would rather see it in the original format and rely upon the lanyard as the safety device. Don't penalize smart people because of dumb people. If you know you are going to be relaxing swimming by the boat, pull the lanyard and you are safe from accidental kid presses.
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