Riding lawn mowers are great for larger properties, where using a smaller walk behind mower would be horribly time consuming.
With lawn and garden tractors, as well as rear engine riding mowers, you can mow faster, spend less physical energy, and with larger cutting widths, make less passes.
Riding lawn mowers have cutting widths that range (in inches) from the upper 20's to the mid 50's.
Most riding mowers have a cutting width twice the size of the typical walk behind mower.
That means by upgrading to a riding mower, you can cut your mowing time in half, if not more.
With a riding lawn mower, you can also get other tasks done, besides the mowing.
There are plenty of pull behind accessories available, like spreaders, aerators, and pull behind carts, although many accessories will only work with a lawn or garden tractor.
When choosing a riding lawn mower, you need to know the differences between rear engine riding mowers, lawn tractors, and garden tractors.
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