Attention Pa. Boaters!!! Read Pennsylvania's Boating Handbook For A Safe 2014
Posted On Behalf of Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyers on May 12, 2014 in Personal Injury
Memorial Day is only 2 weeks away. The start of the fish and boating season is getting under way. Safety should be of the utmost concern. The Pa. Fish and Boat Commission has a safety handbook for boaters to use in order to have a safe 2014 boating season.
If you or a loved one are seriously injured in a Harrisburg. boating accidentseriously injured in a Harrisburg. boating accident because the driver of a boat was distracted or drinking, contact an experienced Harrisburg injury lawyer at Schmidt Kramer. We can answer any questions or concerns you have about a Pennsylvania boating accident in Harrisburg, Camp Hill, Hershey, Lebanon and Central Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission handbook was prepared to provide boaters with information they need to know when operating watercraft on Pennsylvania waterways. It reviews the Commission’s boating regulations and includes information and tips to follow while boating. It does not present the actual laws and regulations.
This handbook is the text for the Commission's Pennsylvania Basic Boating eight-hour boating course. Use the following information as a resource to make your boating trips safe and enjoyable.
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