I have a problem I have not had to deal with before. I plow two long residential roads. After 29 storms this year, both are to the point that my 8'2" on vee mode will barely bust through. I cannot see making it through the next storm, because I will get trapped in there if I spin out. Anyway, I made the owners aware of my concerns three weeks ago when I was flogging the backhoe service on banks, with no response. Now, not only can I not service the job, but emergency vehicles (fire and ambulance in particular) cannot get in either. These people drive small AWD cars, so 7 feet wide is still suitable. Yestesday, they still thought widening was not needed, and refused to pay for the roading and ramping service. What next?? I have about 3 more weeks of winter left. I will not be liable at this point for lack of access, but how can I "make this horse drink" when I've lead it to the water? Is their homeowners insurance voided by lack of access? All comments welcome.