ASTM-F1928 › Standard Safety Guide for Consumer Recreational Use of Fun-Karts
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1.1 This guide relates to the use and maintenance of commercially manufactured fun-karts intended for private use, on suitable off-road terrain, by consumers.
1.2 This guide is intended to reduce hazards, other than those inherent in the sport of fun-karting, to the users of fun-karts during normal intended use.
1.3 This guide applies to fun-karts for private use and does not apply to concession, race, home-made, consumer-modified karts, karts that are pedal-powered, unpowered karts, or karts that are used for commercial purposes.
1.4 This guide specifically recognizes that there are operational hazards relating to fun-karts that operators and passengers are deemed to have accepted by their use and operation of the fun-kart including, but not limited to, falling out, running into, through, under or over objects, upsetting the kart, general operator recklessness, pinches, scratches, or bruises, or a combination thereof.
1.5 This guide does not cover product performance or quality, labeling, maintenance, or safety devices.
fun-karts safety; fun-karts consumer safety; fun-karts recreational use; go-karts safety; go-karts consumer safety; go-karts recreational use; Classification; Design--consumer products/applications; Fun karts; Go-karts; Karts; Recreational equipment; Sports equipment; ICS Number Code 97.200.50 (Toys); 97.220.40 (Outdoor and water sports equipment)
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1998 R10 EDITION
Nov. 1, 2010