Snow Thrower Best Uses
Only use your snow thrower on surfaces suitable for your model: Smaller models may be dangerous to use on gravel or uneven driveways.
Stay on top of snowfalls: To avoid a major pile up, try to snowblow once ~6’ of snow has fallen.
Avoid obstacles: Before winter arrives, put away any obstacles that might impede your snow clearing. Dog leashes, lawn ornaments, or flower beds are easily concealed by snow and can be dangerous encounters for a snow thrower.
Proper operation of your snow thrower will prevent any clogging or damage. Don’t attempt to clear too-large sections, carefully break up icy spots before clearing, and never blow snow onto vehicles, your home, or people.
Use fuel designed for winter use to ensure easy starting and operation.
Always follow manufacturer recommendations for maintenance, fuel use, and protective equipment.
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