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General Amusement Ride Safety Tips

Read posted rules thoroughly. Follow all height/age restrictions and verbal instructions issued by ride operator's. Read and explain all posted rules to your child(ren) prior to letting your child(ren) ride each ride. Emphasize the importance of following these rules.

Keep all body parts (hands, arms, legs, long hair, etc.) inside ride at all times. If you have long hair, put it up (if possible wear a hat or use a band of some sort).

Always use the safety equipment provided (seat belt, shoulder harness, lap bar, chain, etc.). If you believe the device is not properly positioned please revisit the situation with your nearest ride operator.

Hold onto handrails, when provided. They're part of the safety equipment designed to keep you safely in place.

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Child Safety Tips

Be a cautious consumer when it comes to kiddie rides.

Use sound judgment when selecting an amusement ride for your child to ride on.

Do not put a child on a ride that they may be afraid of.

Watch the ride with your child before boarding.

Read warning signs aloud and together. Explain the information and ask your child to explain the material back to you. Prior to riding the ride they should understand the warnings fully.

Point out the operator and the entrance/exit locations prior to riding.

Explain that rides sometimes stop temporarily, but that riders must never get off until the operator tells them to.

Talk about what to do if your child gets frightened while the ride is moving. Tell your child NOT to get out of their seat. Explain that amusement rides might seem scary, but as long as you follow the rules and remain seated until the ride comes to a complete stop at the exit station they should not be in any danger.

Tell children to hold on tightly with both hands to lap bars, handholds or any other item designed specifically for hand placement.

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Persons with Disabilities

Amusement facilities are making strides in addressing the needs of riders with disabilities, but it's not always possible to include everybody and also keep the masses safe. The forces exerted by some amusement rides and/or devices can be dangerous to a rider who cannot maintain the posture required for that ride and/or device.

Upon entering an amusement facility, a guest with a disability should visit an information desk and request any information regarding access to the facilities rides and/or devices. Most amusement facilities will provide you with a guide of the physical requirements required to safely ride an amusement ride and/or device at there facility.

Many rides at an amusement facility are of a dynamic nature. Guests with disabilities should refer to an amusement facilities safety guide available at an information desk. Participate responsibly. You should be in good health to ride safely. You know your physical abilities. If you suspect that your health could be at risk for any reason, or you could aggravate a pre-existing condition of any kind by riding a ride and/or device, DO NOT RIDE!

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