How to select a zero-turn mower that suits your needs

03/14/2013 | MotherEarthNews.com

Zero-turn riding mowers can ease the task of lawn maintenance because generally they have hydraulic steering controls, which make turns and changes in speed easier, writes Bryan Welch. In this article, he explains the outcome of tests on different brands of zero-turn mowers, including some made by Toro, Kubota and Exmark. Welch recommends that you test zero-turns before you buy them, and buy from local dealers who could help with repairs in the future.

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