THE FOLLOWING ARE CONSIDERED RECKLESS OPERATION:
- Weaving through congested traffic.
- Jumping the wake of a vessel unreasonably close or when visibility is obstructed.
- Waiting until the last possible moment to swerve to avoid a collision.
- Operating a PWC with more persons on board than it was designed to carry.
- Over 55 mph closer than one mile from shore.
- On the Great Lakes, you must be at least 200 feet from shore, unless traveling perpendicular to the shoreline at no-wake speed.
- PWC must stay at least 100 feet away from docks, rafts, swimming areas, persons in the water, moored, anchored, or drifting vessels, unless at slow, no-wake speed.