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Ride on mower (No. 4895934)

Item length [m]:

2

Item width [m]:

1

Item height [m]:

1

Total weight [kg]:

200

Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

Distance: 405.00 km

Pick-up address and date

United Kingdom, Wiltshire, Trowbridge

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

United Kingdom, Cumbria, Kendal

Flexible dates


Garden equipment

Garden supplies transportation  is a rather large section, including not just small accessories like shovels, scythes as well as spades but also larger machines for example: lawnmover or agricultural mover. Under garden equipment category fall all that can be used for gardening or keeping your lawn presentable. Furthermore the category of garden furniture or ornaments may as well be considered as garden equipment and placed in this category. Many of the things transported in garden accessories category are fairly large as well as considerably heavy. Nevertheless most of the items described as garden equipment can be transported in most of the vehicles – starting with passenger car’s trunk and ending with professional trailers.

While dealing with securing garden tools for shipment, most of the time you don’t need to deposit it in a continer. The good news is that you do not have to look for the fitting container, however there is also a downside. Garden equipment often comes in unusual sizes and shapes that makes it harder to properly place the cargo in the shippig vehicle. 

Garden equipment tends to be quite invulnerable when it comes to vibrations and minor bumps during transportation. Naturally that doesn’t give you the right not to be careful in such a shipment – ensure that the garden supplies are securely attached inside the transporting vehicle and won’t move during shipment. Even the sturdy garden supplies may damage if wrongly secured during an accident. Moreover, the substantial weight of many of the garden supplies may damage the shipping vehicle during an accident and pose a danger to the hauler.

Certain types of garden equipment have specific needs that have to be met during transportation – for example mowers should be transported upwards to avoid any fluid leaking inside of the machine.