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List three things you should do to protect yourself while operating a small, open vehicle that you would not have to do while driving a car. Explain.

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  1. A: Three things you should do to protect yourself while operating a small, open vehicle that you would not have to do while driving a car are:
    1. Wear protective clothing that is appropriate for the weather and the vehicle. This is important because adequate clothing and gloves can help keep your body and hands from
    becoming sore, tired, or cold, as well as offer protection in the event of a tumble.
    2. Wear a helmet with goggles or a face shield to protect yourself from flying debris, such as twigs, stones, and ice chips.
    3. Avoid trailing clothing, such as a long scarf, as it can become caught in vehicle parts.

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