I was at my full time work today (a car dealership) and was working late in the shop to make extra money for the lack of mowing I'm doing now. I heard a trimmer running outside.. I went outside and a guy was in a Honda with a one gallon gas can and a trimmer weed-eating, no mowers in sight. My trailer and equipment was sitting beside the shop parked. He trimmed around them and blew grass all over my truck - these were weeds in the gravel which should have been pulled out. Not to mention he left grass all over the step in front of the office. I waited for him to finish and was going to confront him, but decided not to say anything to him or the boss while I was mad. It's funny, just last week my boss told me I was just "another one of all those Dumb-*sses dragging lawnmowers up and down the road." I chose this business because it is very difficult and competitive, but how can I price based on my overhead and compete with this? If it was easy then everyone would be successful in it. I'm going to find out who this was and see if they have a license and liability insurance like I do - I'll have to find out who is going to pay me to wash my truck AGAIN !