New Safety Switches for Outboard Motors

Buried deep within the recesses of the 2020 US Coast Guard reauthorization bill is a requirement that if a boat is planing or moving above displacement speed, a kill switch must be used —with the exceptions of boats over 26 feet, for boats that were not built with a kill switch or emergency stop lanyard, […]
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