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i have autism i was just asking a question what are good vestsI use a inflatable one when I’m on the boat Type 2.
i keep a type 4 on the boat as required
I make my kid wear a type 2 non inflatable when on the boat
i have a type 1 for everyone on the boat always and make them put it on if it is bad out.
I would wear a type 2 I guess if I was swimming with it?
find a ymca and get the kids swimming lessons nothing can help more than that and paying attention to them.
read the drowning does not always look like drowning thread
a neoprene ski jacket will work most of the time
arm floats will not save your kids
send me a pm and I’ll help you out with some I have some kids vest I’ll send u
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