TORO takes safety seriously.

Safety Basics

• wear goggles and protective hearing devices
• read the manual and safety decals
• avoid drugs and alcohol
Give yourself plenty of clearance.

It's tempting to get as close to water or edges as you can to eliminate a little hand work.
But don't sacrifice safety in the interest of saving a little time or effort. Give yourself plenty of clearance.
Driving in the Safety Zone

"Driving in the Safety Zone" means making choices that keep you out of high-risk situations
and hazards, like steep slopes or sudden drop-offs near water. Stay off hills or surfaces with a slope greater than 15 degrees.