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Riding lawn mowers are mowers that you can drive instead of pushing. The individual mower manufacturer's all have detailed information on their individual sites that give the specs for the different mowers. A great brand of mower is Toro. Another brand to look at is the Cub Cadet.

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Most of these products just varies in their power ratings. Some of the commercial ones are just way bigger and more powerful than the regular ones because they were made specifically for tougher jobs. A commercial lawn mower is much bigger than a regular riding lawn mower. A commercial lawn mower is meant for larger lawns and it generally costs more.



Riding lawn mowers can take much of the work out of mowing large expanses of lawn. They are not perfect for every lawn, however. There are some things you should consider before you begin shopping for riding lawn mowers. Size of the Yard How big is the yard you need to mow? If it is a typical suburban lot, chances are you would have a difficult time maneuvering a riding lawn mower around your small yard. Lawns need to be at least a half acre before it is practical to use a riding lawn mower. Anything smaller than that and you will spend more time turning and manipulating the mower around tight curves than actually driving the lawn mower in a productive manner. If you are not sure what the size of your lawn is, measure a riding mower and then apply that measurement to your lawn. If the length of your lawn is more than three times the length of the mower you may be able to use a riding mower. Obstacles in the Yard Riding lawn mowers are difficult to navigate around objects in the lawn. If you have several trees or flower beds all through your yard, it may be impractical to purchase a riding lawn mower. Riding mowers work best when you have large expanses of clear lawn that needs to be cut regularly. If you still believe that you need a riding lawn mower and you have several items in your yard, make sure there is enough room between the items for the mower to fit through comfortably. Number of Lawns to Mow If you provide lawn service to more than one location you may find that riding lawn mowers can help make your life easier. Riding mowers cut lawns faster than traditional walking mowers, which can make it easier to get through several lawns in a single day. Riding a lawn mower is also easier on your back than pushing one through the grass of several lawns. The size and obstacles of the lawns will still make a difference in the practicality of mowing with a riding lawn mower, however, so make sure the yards you mow meet the proper criteria.


Read a consumer guide for zero turn lawn mowers. For a list of frequently asked questions. And general information. The average cost of a zero turn lawn mower is over $2000.




$700.00 to $6800 depending on the model and features


A lawn mower can make your lawn chores take much less time. Also, lawn mowers allow you to cut your lawn in a uniform fashion. There are basically two types of lawnmowers: push mowers and riding lawn mowers. For the most part, a push mower should be adequate unless your lawn is enormous. Then, you might want to get a riding lawnmower. This makes it so that you can sit on it, which is much easier. However, you will have to pay for this premium by spending extra money. Therefore, use a push mower unless your yard is enormous.


Mowing the lawn with a push lawn mower is a tedious, difficult and thankless job to do especially in the brutal heat of the summer. You can sweat for hours trying to cut it yourself or you can pay a lawn service hundreds of dollars to cut the lawn for you. Lawn services will typically do a fast cut, and not trim or provide the grass with the tender love it requires to grow and look beautiful in front of your home. Lawn service bills can add up over the years and will be much higher than if you just bought a lawn mower. That is why riding lawn mowers have become increasingly popular among lawn care enthusiasts throughout the United States. Why push and struggle with a traditional, heavy push mower when you can purchase a riding lawn mower and cut the lawn in a fraction of time? Riding lawn mowers are not that much more expensive than the traditional push lawn mower especially considering that riding lawn mowers provide a comfortable ride, and will allow the homeowner to do a better job cutting the lawn by providing a smooth, easy and relaxing mowing experience. Do not stress over the lawn anymore when riding lawn mowers are available at nearly the same cost as the push mowers. Riding lawn mowers have also cut down on the number of lawn mowing accidents in the United States. Standing behind and pushing a lawn mower presents many risks. What if you slip and fall? What if you lose control of the push mower? What if lose your grip and let go of the push mower? What if your foot gets caught in the blade and is cut off? Why risk a trip to the hospital and serious and potentially life threatening injury? Purchasing one of the safe riding lawn mowers will eliminate most safety concerns that have plagued lawn care in the past. Riding lawn mowers enable the elderly or disabled to do their own yard work and enjoy the beautiful weather that the spring and summer months provide without the strenuous exercise required to use the standard push mowers.


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The price of a lawn mower depends on the brand, model, horsepower, and width of cut. Some 20"-cut mowers retail from $99 - $149, while bigger mowers will run into the higher dollars. Another option would be to buy a used lawn mower.


check craigslist in your area.... just search riding mowers. good deals. like a local eBay except free to sell & buy off of


Sure. In early pregnancy you can still do just about anything. Your doctor is the best person to ask, though. Yes you can pretty much resume normal activity as long as its not something that you could possibly hurt yourself or strain yourself. I think a riding lawn mower is much better than pushing one!



Lawn mowers come in all shapes and sizes which can lead to varying prices. If you are in the market for a push mower you are looking at a range of $200 to $500. Riding mowers are going to be more expensive running from $700 to $3000.


Depends on the size of the mower.


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That will vary for each make and model of mower.


Yes, but it takes a very, very long time. The charging system on the riding mower is very low amperage. You would do much better charging it with a battery charger.


It depends on what kind of lawn mower (push or ride). I sell my fixed push mowers usually for $30.


Zero turn lawn mowers vary when it comes to cost. They can cost anywhere from 2000 dollars to 6000 dollars on average, some cost a tad bit less and others a tad bit more.




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