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new with questions

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by dbc45420, Sep 22, 2003.

  1. dbc45420

    dbc45420 Junior Member
    Messages: 3

    Hey everyone,
    I have been checking this site out and decided to put up a post with some questions. First of all I am new to this and have no experience. I am a fireman and work 2 24 hour shifts a week, so this gives me lots of time off. I want to go door to door this winter and do some plowing. I can't do accounts because of my work schedule, I may not be able to plow on the day after it snows. My first question is I have an 03 wrangler Sahara, very nice, if I am careful will I be able to put a plow on this and use it and not really tear up my new wrangler? Can i make money doing this? I live in South West OH. How many inches of snow do you think I could handle doing residential drives 10'x75'. And any other words of wisdom you may have. I am sure I will have more post in the future and thanks.
  2. cjc810

    cjc810 Member
    from RI
    Messages: 69

    I have plowed many storms with A jeep Wrangler with a 7 foot plow. They work great in driveways. A lot of manuverability. Also must be able to plow when called. People look for dependiblity. Hire yourself a driver for the day after once you have enough accounts.
    good luck bring on the snow