What does everyone think is the best method for moving a 36'' WB in and out of a truck bed. (To make a long story short, I'm trying to avoid using a trailer because I'm going to mow my girlfriend's parents lawn every week--they live an hour away--so I don't feel like taking my equipment on a 50 mile interstate joyride). Obviously the least expensive, and probably the most dangerous, is wooden planks. This is the method I currently use, and after yesterday, barely avoiding a disaster, I think I want to move on to something more safe. The other method would be fold up ramps that are wider than 12'' planks...this would be a little safer, and probably between $150 - $250. The most safe, but definitely the most expensive would be to invest in either HandyRamps, BuddyRamps, TailgateRamps, or Safe-T ramps. All of these methods would push me over the $700 mark. If I'm going to use ramps to take care of 15 - 20 clients a week, what do you think is the best method? And for those who use tailgate ramps, is it worth the extra $?