Riding Lawn Mower
As Memorial Day approaches (May 25), many of you will be having people over to your backyards for barbeques and picnics. Perhaps it’s time to trim the lawn with a lawn mower. If you have a small yard, or if you are on a budget, then the best choice for you is probably a push lawn mower. A push lawn mower, or rotary mower, will give you a great deal of control over your lawn.
However, if you have a larger lawn, and a lot of work that needs to be done on it, you should consider getting a riding lawn mower. A riding mower lets you cover a much greater area then a walking lawn mower in a shorter period of time. They also allow you to save up the grass clippings in a bag, so the clippings can become mulch. Riding mowers often have a manual transmission, because you will rarely need to rapidly change your speed. However, some of the more expensive mowers have a hydrostatic transmission, which is easier to use and lets you change direction more quickly and make tighter turns. Lawn mowers with hydrostatic or continously variable transmission are usually called a Zero turn lawn mower, and they can be very useful for trimming the corners of lawns without accidentally cutting down your flowers.
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