Published at Monday, December 10th 2018. by Antanasia Alexandrescu in How To.
Pushing Lawn Mower and Riding Mower Comparison
There are a lot of home owners question what kind of lawn mower they they buy for mowing their yard. Push mower is the lowest fuel usage and price, still it works more. Meanwhile, a riding mower seems a greater choice but not the practical and economical one.
Below is a simple guide for you deciding which one is best for you: push mower or riding mower.
When you are buying a mower, it really depends on the function of the machine you require for it to perform. Basically, if your yard is small, the best choice for you is buying a pushing mower, particularly if the yard is relative flat.
Even if a self-propelled lawn mower requires less muscle and will take a short time to work on average lawn, you will take longer time for hillier or larger lawn which might require a pushing mower. The following are several situations:
Intricate features or gardens. Eventhough a riding mower might have a good turning radius, but it is nothing if compared with a pushing mower. Also, a pushing mower could get in and out of a tight corner and another area which a riding mower can't access.
Steep drops. A riding mowers best fits for hills, but it could be downright frightening on highly steep lawns. Like any other heavy object on their side, riding mower might tip over, resulting in a dangerous situation. A self-propelled pushing mower can climb such slopes as these with no problem.
Riding mowers are for large, flat yards or the yards with sloping hills. Below are some other circumstances where riding mowers are the the best choice for you.
Lawns or fields of more than one acre. A human operator will be likely to tire, but riding mowers will keep gulping in such a relatively, straight line.
Extremely damp or thick grass. A pushing mower whose a tiny bag may only hold many clippings, meaning that the operator would need to empty more frequently, wasting time. If it fills up too much, it may result in choking the engine, that in the end will lead to more expense. Riding mowers have larger bags and could plough through a heavy grass without a problem.
Areas with brush or weeds. There is none of mowers meant for these kinds of obstacles, but mostly they will encounter this situation. A riding mower has a more weight and therefore more momentum for pushing through any difficult areas. Moreover, the operator is positioned in such way which protects him/her from a debris spray.
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