When mowing, don’t go barefoot or wear sandals. Generally, you should wear work clothes and work shoes.
Familiar with the operation process, carefully read the instructions of the lawn mower, know that in an emergency, turn off the engine in time.
Make sure that there are no sticks, stones, wires and other debris on the grass, so as not to throw them up and hurt people by the blade of the mower.
When removing obstacles, inspecting or servicing the lawn mower, be sure to turn off the engine and remove the spark plug cover.
Check all parts carefully before use to ensure that the mower blade is firmly connected to the mower. It is necessary to replace old and damaged blades or screws as a set to avoid unstable operation of the machine. Damaged blades and screws are very dangerous.
Always check all nuts, screws and screws to ensure that the mower is in a safe operating condition.
Only add fuel outdoors and before starting the engine. Do not smoke when refueling the engine. When the engine is running or the temperature is high, do not remove the fuel tank cap or refuel. If the fuel spills, do not start the engine, but place the lawn mower away from the oil stains until the fuel evaporates to avoid fire.
If there are people in the mowing area, especially children or pets, do not mowing.
Replace the broken or faulty muffler.