Prior to using the Kubota garden tractor, it is important to give some thought to the environment that the tractor is to be used on .
This primarily applies to understanding that there may well be a number of objects scattered around the ground, that could well be a potential hazard whilst operating the Kubota garden tractor.
As a safety precaution, it is a good idea to make sure that all objects that are visible or moved from all the areas of land where the Kubota garden tractor is to be used. This involves items such as stones, sticks, wire, bones, toys, general household debris etc.
These are normal household items found both in the home and in residential settings, and are quite likely to be scattered around land or ground where the Kubota garden tractor is to be used.
These objects if not removed can be swept up by the operation of the blades of the Kubota garden tractor and directed towards anyone or any thing within a significant radius, causing potentially lethal or fatal damage if it would hit someone.
It is important to be aware of the parameters of the land where the Kubota garden tractor is being used. If there are any public highways or any lanes or roads where there are likely to be either people or vehicles that can appear suddenly, then the operator of the Kubota garden tractor needs to be especially aware of these areas, and slowdown operational use of the Kubota garden tractor at these points .
The operator or driver of the Kubota garden tractor also needs to be aware of any walls or buildings adjacent to the land where the tractor is to be used.
This is because of any discharge of an object by the blades towards a building that could potentially damage or break windows or other parts of the building. Objects thrown at speed towards a wall by the blades of the Kubota garden tractor could rebound back off the wall and possibly hit and injure the driver or operator of the Kubota garden tractor.
It is a good idea to always wear safety glasses or safety goggles when driving or using the Kubota garden tractor. This means simply that in the event of any object ricocheting back towards the operator, they would be afforded some protection by way of wearing such goggles.
A word about clothing. This is a subject that people may not think about as being important or significant when using or driving a Kubota garden tractor. However it is important for the operator to wear clothing that could not get caught in any part of the tractor’s operating machinery.
To this end it is a good idea to wear something like overalls, or clothes that can be sure not to be at risk of being loose and getting caught in any part of the Kubota garden tractors inner workings.
The operator of the Kubota garden tractor should always wear sturdy work boots or shoes when driving the tractor. They should never operate the tractor whilst wearing sandals or in bare feet.