Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 70
IDAHO SAFE BOATING ACT
67-7006.  Capacity plate — Contents. A capacity plate shall bear the following information permanently marked thereon:
(1)  For all vessels designed for or represented by the manufacturer as being suitable for use with outboard motor:
(a)  The total weight of person, motor, gear, and other articles placed aboard which the vessel is safely capable of carrying under normal conditions.
(b)  The recommended number of persons commensurate with the weight capacity of the vessel and the presumed weight in pounds of each person. In no instance shall such presumed weight per person be less than one hundred fifty (150) pounds.
(c)  Clear notice that the information appearing on the capacity plate is applicable under normal conditions and that the weight of the outboard motor and associated equipment is considered to be part of total weight capacity.
(d)  The maximum horsepower of the motor the vessel is designed or intended to accommodate.
(2)  For all other vessels to which this chapter applies:
(a)  The total weight of persons, gear and other articles placed aboard which the vessel is safely capable of carrying under normal conditions.
(b)  The recommended number of persons commensurate with the weight capacity of the vessel and the presumed weight in pounds of each such person. In no instance shall such presumed weight per person be less than one hundred fifty (150) pounds.
(c)  Clear notice that the information appearing on the capacity plate is applicable under normal conditions.

History:
[67-7006, added 1986, ch. 207, sec. 2, p. 518.]


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