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Single-stage Snow BlowerYou can't stop the snow from coming; all you can do is be prepared. At D&G Equipment, we're here to help. Having the right snow blower, snow thrower, or blades can make all the difference for you this winter. This article talks about choosing between single-stage and two-stage snow blowers and about the variety of snow blowers and blades available for your lawn and garden tractor or gator utility vehicle. At D&G Equipment our experts are trained to help you find the right snow removal solution for your situation. We have excellent choices in equipment from Ariens, Toro, Boss, Frontier, and John Deere.

Snow season is coming -- stay safe with these reminders

ToroThe U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates each year there are approximately 5,700 hospital emergency room-related injuries associated with snow blowers.

The Toro Company wants you and your family to be safe during the upcoming snow season and offers the following snow blower safety reminders:

Once nighttime temperatures have dropped below the freezing point and the annuals have wilted, snow isn’t far behind. What better time to give your snow blower a good checkup—before you really need it? Like it or not, you’re best off starting with the owner’s manual. If your snow blower runs on gasoline, the manual probably says to replace the spark plug annually. Change the oil also, at least once a year, if your model has a four-stroke engine.