Toro cares about the well-being of you and your family and encourages you to learn as much as possible about the safe operation of your Toro product.  Read more »
 
 
 
 
Read and understand your operator’s manual before operating the snowblower. For gasoline units, add fuel to the tank outdoors before starting the machine. Do not add gasoline to a running or hot engine and never leave the machine running in an enclosed area. If you have an electric snowblower, use an outdoor power cord and an outlet with ground-fault-circuit interruption protection. Know where your power cord is at all times and be sure to replace worn or damaged cords. Inspect the area where the snowblower will be used and remove any objects which might be picked up and thrown by the snowblower.  Read more »
 
 
 
 
Read and understand your operator’s manual before operating the mower. For gasoline units, add fuel to the tank outdoors before starting the machine. Do not add gasoline to a running or hot engine and never leave the machine running in an enclosed area. As with other power tools and equipment, do not operate a lawn mower when consuming alcohol. Wear appropriate clothing – significant footwear, long pants, eye and hearing protection. Pick up stones, toys and debris from the lawn to prevent injuries and damage from flying objects. Never allow children to be passengers on ride-on mowers.  Read more »
 
 
 
 
Like all lawn mowers, zero-turn mowers require care to prevent accidents when mowing around water, drop-offs, steep inclines and wet conditions.  Prepare for the mowing season by remembering these helpful safety tips: Read and understand the operator’s manual before operation. The manual provides important maintenance and safety information. Do not operate the mower when people, especially children, are in the area. Allow plenty of safe clearance in the vicinity of drop-offs like retaining walls, culverts and ditches. Do not mow on unstable ground or slopes greater than 15 degrees.  Read more »