Around here the current technology for dealing with acres of parking lot seems to be loaders with pusher boxes to pile and them more loaders and trucks to move the piles to a far corner of the site. It seems to me that a BIG snowblower working with a couple trucks to windrow would do much faster. Almost every place I look at has some space along the edge of the lot to stack snow. So why not blow it clear instead of trucking it? I see BIG blowers (airport style) that are available for under 20 grand, not really all that much money today. Is it just because the blower would sit idle for so much of the year? That's the only viable reason I can see, at least loaders get used year round. The BIG blowers could travel much faster between sites than a loader can, there is no limit to how high they can stack, cost is not all that prohibitive. What am I missing?