Published at Tuesday, 08 January 2019. How To. By Fiora Vasilescu.
If you would never purchase a vehicle without test-driving it first, the same you will do with a riding lawnmower. A test drive won't only show how well the lawnmower cuts grass, but also allow you to see if it starts well. Stopping a riding lawnmower safely is as important as getting it moving, then check all the brakes during the test drive.
Even if you have no way to know the entire history of the mower unless you purchase it new, you should learn as much as you can about its past. Ask the current mower owner when they bought it and if they bought it new. Request receipts, service records as well as its instruction manual. Pay attention to the all available information to examine any recurring problems or to make it sure that routine maintenance was done. Ask the seller why he/she is interested in getting rid of the machine. Are they moving into a condominium where they will not need a mower or something?
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