Self-propelled lawn mowers are ideal for shipyards that have slopes, hills or large acreage. Power lawn mowers are good for small feet, with no trails or hills. Push mower is easier to use in courtyards that have a lot of curves and obstacles to reduce around. Self-propelled mower moves quickly, even three to five miles per hour, which can cause you to run into things or not do a good cut on the grass in the curves. Self-propelled mower is powered by the power system, so you do not have to push.
With front wheel, drive mowers have the force from engine driving the front wheels and pulling the mower forward. Mowers with rear-wheel drive have a power output of the engine driving the rear wheels, and drive the mower forward. After starting the mower, the operator engages the control bar and pulls the arm rest to meet and engage the drive system. By releasing the control bar, the mower stops moving. Older mowers have a lever on the control panel that the user is inserted in the drive to start the mower and then switches to standby mode in order to stop moving.