I had posted a similar thread a while back and got a few responses so I thought I would try again for some more opinions. If the leaves are thick, I was thinking of charging double the mowing rate plus a pre-determined charge for every lawn bag (or mower bag) I fill up. If the leaves are not very deep, I would charge the normal mowing rate (since I wouldn't have to go over the leaves a few times to mulch them up) and then the per bag rate? OR Would it be better to charge one price for picking up all the leaves even though it might take more than one trip to get all the leaves? OR Give a separate estimate each time you come out in the fall depending on how many leaves are on the ground? I want to try to avoid the people who say to "just wait until all the leaves are down and come out once and charge me once". Here in MN if we wait too long and the leaves get buried by an early snow, the grass is in trouble. Thanks for any advice, Joel B.