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Because entering and exiting a skid requires the operator to crawl over the attachments and into the cab, most Skid Steers have Interlock Control System in place. These systems prevent the skid from operating until it senses a driver in the drivers seat, that a seat belt has been fastened, and that a restraint bar has been engaged. These are critical features of a skid, but are often disabled as they can be inconvenient for the operator. However, almost all skid steer accidents and deaths occurred as one was entering or exiting a skid and accidentally tripped a switch in the process.