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BA-4 Why must a personal water craft operator follow U.S. Coast Guard rules and regulations?

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Anonymous
2020-07-30 21:58:09
2020-07-30 21:58:09

It a class a motor vessel

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A personal water craft operator must follow U.S. Coast Guard rules and regulations, because they are considered a Class A motor vessel.The Coast Guard rules and regulations are set by the United States Code (USC) which are the codified laws set in place by Congress.

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Coast Guard rules and regulations are designed to be sensible and to allow many boaters to safely operate in the same waters.

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Because it is a navigable watercraft which interacts with other watercraft in controlled waters.

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A personal flotation device approved by the U.S. Coast Guard. They're required if you're out on a boat most places.

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