Always keep your kite under control. Check
to make sure that your kite and lines are in good
|Permitted line lengths vary in different areas. If in doubt, contact local authorities before flying.|
|Never fly a kite in winds over the
maximum recommended wind speed for that kite. Doing
endanger bystanders and could damage the kite.
|Never fly a kite on a busy beach or field. The kite could fall on a bystander and cause injury.|
|Fly with bystanders behind you. This will help prevent injury and provide the maximum safety to bystanders.|
|Keep your distance from other kite
pilots. Lines can become entangled and cut, not
only causing damage
to the kites, but also endangering the pilots and bystanders.
|Do not fly in areas that will be a nuisance to others. Respect the rights of those around you.|
|Never fly in dangerous weather conditions or near high voltage lines. This could cause electrocution.|
|Never fly a kite near airfields or busy streets. Serious accidents could occur.|
|Never fly a kite in national preserved areas. Respect wildlife.|