Hey guys I am 16 years old. This year I have been mowing 25-35 yards a week depending on how much rain we have been getting. I just bought a truck b/c i wanted a vehicle and thought i might at well get a truck. I hear that you either have to stay small in this business or go big. I figure I am still under the small category but I don't know where the middle one starts that I don't wanna be in. My question is this. I looked at and tried ramps for my truck curved aluminum but I didn't like how my 48" belt drive came down the ramps it was hard to control. I am wondering if I should get the safe-t ramps for like 500-600 dollars, buy a trailer, or just keep riding my sulky between jobs. All of my jobs are within a 1 mile radius of my house. I would like it if i could use the truck for these jobs but I don't want to be wasting money. I also don't know what i am doing when I go to college. The problem with just getting a cheap trailer is a place to store it. Its against deed restrictions to keep it in the yard or driveway and storage places here go for $75 a month. I just don't wanna be the middle guy who is working more and making less than the small guy. Any advice/input would be greatly appreciated.