American Lawn & Landscape

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by AmericanLawn&Landscape, Jun 23, 2013.

  1. Cody S

    Cody S LawnSite Senior Member
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    Nice man! That's perfect for you
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  2. Green-Man

    Green-Man LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Yeah that's a great setup. Especially since it doesn't really need any work
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  3. AmericanLawn&Landscape

    AmericanLawn&Landscape LawnSite Member
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    thanks, I like it. It was below my budget and I've still got room to grow

    yeah forsure.. I like it so far
     
  4. Cody S

    Cody S LawnSite Senior Member
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    Oh definitely. It's a nice trailer, will serve you well.
     
  5. AmericanLawn&Landscape

    AmericanLawn&Landscape LawnSite Member
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    I really need to straighten my lines up.. but they are getting better. im going today to look for a plow truck!

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  6. Green-Man

    Green-Man LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Still looks good man! how long do you plan on staying with that set up?
     
  7. AmericanLawn&Landscape

    AmericanLawn&Landscape LawnSite Member
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    Just for the rest of this mowing season, then I wanna do plowing this winter cause ill bf insured. Then next year when the cutting season starts ill hopefully have a lot more accounts, bigger trailer, two mowers, better handhelds.. then hopefully sometime next season get a 6.4 powerstroke
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  8. Cody S

    Cody S LawnSite Senior Member
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    That's a good plan. You ever plow before? Also make sure you include plowing with your insurance policy, it's not covered under general commercial auto liability.
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  9. AmericanLawn&Landscape

    AmericanLawn&Landscape LawnSite Member
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    yeah. actually that company kevins, who's logo I liked.. I was a shoveler for them last winter, and did a little plowing. it would be covered under my business insurance though wouldn't it ?
     
  10. Cody S

    Cody S LawnSite Senior Member
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    That's good, as long as you have some experience. And actually it's not. You actually have to have it added to your truck under your commercial policy. Your business insurance covers any liability through your business for what your categorized to do (general landscaping) and then your truck should be covered through a commercial liability as well, however snow plowing is a different category as far as auto liability is concerned. Just talk with your agent to make sure it will be covered.
    Posted via Mobile Device Snow and ice management is a completely different ball game, just make sure you go at it the right way
     

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