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Riding Lawn Mowers and Garden Tractors Specifications & Technical data

"Riding mowers, also known as ride-on mowers, tractor mowers, or lawn and garden tractors, are seated gardening machinery designed for maintaining large lawns and mowing large areas quickly and efficiently. Riding lawn mowers are larger than push mowers, resemble small tractors, and are suitable for residential and commercial use. Gasoline engines are the most common for riding lawn mowers, although electric models are already being produced. Riding Lawn Mowers and Garden Tractors are ideal for larger lawns and can cut two to three times faster than push mowers. They come with hydrostatic transmissions for smooth operation, easy steering with a wheel, just like a car, and offer features like bagging, mulching, and side discharge. Zero Turn Mowers are like high-performance lawn tractors usually controlled by levers. Zero-turn radius (ZTR) is a distinctive feature of these garden tractors that allows for precision cutting - by rotating its drive wheels in opposite directions simultaneously it can turn without moving forward. Zero Turn Mowers provide nimble handling, rear-wheel steering, and high top speeds, making them suitable for maneuvering around obstacles, such as trees and flower beds. They can also perform bagging, side discharge, and mulching functions. "

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