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Thought of a Kill Switch or other saftey measures?

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I had an experience once with my tiller where I went flying forward out of my garden at highspeed. I fortunately stopped after a combination of shutting off the tractor and hitting a cart (bending a wheel). It happened to be a downward slop combined with coming out of the tilled area. I now concentrate on where the kill switch is and getting that lift up as high as possible as fast as possible. I also don't let anyone get close to being in front of me. Yesterday (Sunday) I had a similiar but shorter experience. Has anyone had similiar experiences or thought of saftey measures to improve prevention of accidents?

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