I just started in the lawn care industry. Here is how my first day went... When I got to the customer's house she asked me to remove a large base to an old shed. I live in FL and it seems the last hurricane took the shed but left the bottom portion. I agreed and after a few minutes of trying to drag it I realized I would need to pull it to the curb with my truck. So I detached my trailer and drove my Suburban to the back of the yard to pull it out. After watching the corner of the base tear a 10' rut in the backyard I decided the I would need to try and flip this thing over onto my trailer, so the first thing I did was walk over to my trailer to unload it, without first reattaching it to my truck - huge mistake! As I was backing up my brand new Exmark Phazer I saw the horizon dropping fast and realized I was tipping backwards, I slammed the controls forward, the new trailer slammed back to the ground and I busted the front guard of the trailer by running into it with my mower and then almost tipping over forward. Then I reattached the trailer, unloaded it, and went to go back to the back yard, but, of course I got stuck in her front yard, tore up huge ruts in the lawn and ended up having to call my wife to get AAA to come tow me out! Nice first impression.