I've seen it discussed in different ways before, but I'd like to rephrase the question. What would be a reasonable workload for a single 3/4 ton truck with a driver who has zero snow experience (myself). Keeping in mind, quality is important, balanced with the need to produce winter income. (We receive an average of 28 in. annually, but not lately. We may only get 3-5 plowable snows, so making hay when the sun shines is the name of the game.) How does one manage taking care of say 15-25 (mostly 25,000 sq ft or less, with one or two multi acre) small commercial accounts that all need to be serviced by, let's say 7 a.m. when the storm starts at midnight and the workload takes 20 hours minimum. Are there ways to balance a workload such as this that I'm overlooking? Or are my theoretical numbers skewed??? Any input would be appreciated. I'm sure there are as many approaches as their are individuals, but I'd love to hear how all of you approach your work.