The state of being free from danger or harm.
Potential hazards associated with operating a mower.
Safety considerations when mowing on slopes
Factors to consider when mowing on slopes, such as the angle of the slope and the stability of the mower.
Features designed to ensure the safety of the operator and those around the mower.
The unintentional cutting of grass too short, resulting in damage to the lawn.
Seat comfort and adjustability
The level of comfort and adjustability of the seat on the mower.
The design of the seat on the mower.
A feature that allows the mower to move forward without the need for pushing.
The ability of a mower to absorb shocks and vibrations while mowing.
Side discharge capabilities
The ability of a mower to discharge grass clippings from the side of the deck.
Side discharge chute blocker
A device that can be attached to the mower deck to prevent grass clippings from being discharged from the side.
Side discharge efficiency
The ability of a mower to effectively discharge grass clippings from the side of the deck.
Side discharge option
A feature that allows grass clippings to be discharged from the side of the mower deck.
An engine with one cylinder that powers the mower.
The ability of the mower to maintain stability on slopes.
Zero turn mowers designed for smaller lawns or spaces.
Smoothness of operation
The ability of the mower to operate smoothly without excessive vibration or noise.
Smoothness of turns
The ability of the mower to make smooth turns without jerking or jolting.
The process of adding nutrients to the soil to improve its fertility.
The overall condition of the soil, including its fertility and structure.
Soil moisture retention
The ability of soil to retain moisture.
The arrangement of soil particles and their distribution.
Sound pressure level (SPL)
A measure of the intensity of sound, measured in decibels (dB).
Materials used to reduce the amount of noise produced by machinery, resulting in a quieter operation.
The rate at which the mower moves.
Speed adjustment knob
The knob used to adjust the speed of the mower.
The ability to adjust the speed of the mower.
Speed control lever
The lever used to control the speed of the mower.
Speed control system
The mechanism that controls the speed of the mower.
The ability of the mower to maintain balance and stability during operation.
Stability during sharp turns
The ability of the mower to maintain stability during sharp turns.
The mechanism used to start the mower.
The device used to control the steering mechanism.
The system that controls the direction of the mower.
Steering sensitivity adjustments for hillside mowing
Adjustments made to the steering system to ensure stability on hills.
The mechanism that controls the direction of the mower.
Steering wheel control lever
The lever used to control the steering wheel on a zero turn mower.
Steering wheel vs joystick controls
Two types of control systems for zero turn mowers.
Factors to consider when storing the mower, such as space, weather protection, and accessibility.
Creating patterns in the grass by bending the blades in different directions during mowing.
The system of springs, shocks, and other components that absorb shocks and vibrations when operating a zero turn mower.
Suspension system design
The design of a zero turn mower’s suspension system, which affects its ride comfort and handling.
The practice of using resources in a way that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Certifications that indicate a zero turn mower or landscaping practices meet certain environmental standards.
The use of environmentally friendly practices in landscaping, such as using native plants and reducing water usage.
The use of environmentally friendly practices when using a zero turn mower, such as reducing emissions and conserving resources.