[DML] Re: Safety, Proper Methods, and Procedures
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[DML] Re: Safety, Proper Methods, and Procedures

I totally agree, safety should be first and foremost on everyones 
mind when working on anything.  As an avid RC modeler, safety is 
always an issue.  Spinning propellers, fuel, spectators, high speed 
flying objects..., one must always keep safety in mind.  It's just 
plain common sense and common courtesy to others that may be around 
when you are driving the car, or even working on it.  And if you do 
something that causes injury or worse to someone else by not taking 
safety into account, I don't want to be you.  Accidents do happen, 
but carelessness is not an option.

So everyone, take precautions before you do anything, it's all just 
common sense.  If your working under the car where something may 
fall into your eyes, wear safety glasses.   Working around crush 
components, don't use a hammer, hammers are designed to crush.  Etc.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@xxxx> 
> I will always offer the "correct" way to work on cars. I may 
mention shortcuts but if is possibly unsafe or "not the best way" I will usually add a disclaimer. Of course anyone working on their car 
can do whatever they want but it is usually better to be "safe than 

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