How Do You Clear Your Drive?

How do you clear your driveway, whether contracted out or done yourself?

Shovel: I do it the old fashioned way
Snow Scoop: I use the modified old fashioned way
No votes
Snowblower: I like to use petrochemicals to move snow, but prefer to do it at 30 inches at a time
ATV: I like to clear my drive and then go blasting through the woods as a reward
Tractor: An ornery ole cuss, I just push it out of the way with my tractor
Tractor/Blower: I use a snowblower on my tractor and end up wearing most of it
Truck: Nothing beats a heated cab, and the speed and power of a truck
Radiant: I don't do anything but look outside and watch it melt
Total votes : 70

Re: How Do You Clear Your Drive?

PostBy: SMITTY On: Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:54 am

I've wanted a set of those tracks ever since I bought the Polaris - those things are GREAT!! Big money though. There was a used set for sale locally for about half price. Was still a big hit, so I passed. Chance like that never comes up around here. I'm kicking myself in the ass for not grabbing them when I had the dough. :(

Yeah .. the amount of money I spent just on the ATV & accessories could've got me a nice used backhoe ..... but I can't ride the powerlines, or do 70 across a frozen lake with that. It's all about priorities ... :lol:
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Re: How Do You Clear Your Drive?

PostBy: Quaker On: Mon Aug 19, 2013 7:57 pm

I clear with this pronovost p800trc....... 80" at a time. I hate snow but have fun with it.
The drum spins to send snow-especially wet slush -out either side instead of up the chute. This storm was 28" of easy to move snow just enough water to make snowballs easily so was east to blow 45+ feet into the woods. ... ata_player
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