Background and Identification
Craftsman is a tool making brand name. It was originally owned by Sears, and was bought by Stanley Black & Decker in March 2017. Craftsman products are sold by a variety of companies with the license to use the brand.
Riding mowers are a sit-down version of lawnmowers. These machines are made of an engine that powers grass-cutting blades attached to the bottom of the base. The engine also powers four wheels to move the mower along the ground. To control the mower, there is a seat and steering wheel on top of the base. Riding mowers are larger and usually more powerful than walk-behind mowers. This means that they can be used on larger areas with less manual labor from the operator. Riding lawnmowers are commonly used by professional lawn care companies and homeowners on large areas of grass, such as golf courses and fields.
Riding mowers should always be operated with caution, and only operated on areas of grass. This is because large objects like roots could damage the blades. Riding mowers can also have very loud engines, so users should wear heavy footwear as well as hearing and eye protection while they operate riding mowers.