How Do You Steer a Zero Turn Lawn Mower?
To make gradual turns while driving forward, simply push one steering lever slightly farther forward than the other steering lever. To make a gentle turn to the right, keep the left steering lever slightly farther forward than the right lever. To turn left, keep the right steering lever slightly farther forward than the left lever. To steer more sharply, move the steering levers farther apart while making turns.
When the left and right steering levers are aligned, the machine travels straight. When the levers are offset, the machine will turn in the direction of the steering lever that is farther back from the other lever. The closer the levers are to each other, the gentler the turn. The farther apart the levers are from each other, the sharper the turn.
The steering levers allow your zero turn lawn mower to maneuver without limits. Operating the steering levers slowly and gradually makes the machine move slow and gradual in any direction. Operating the steering levers quickly and more aggressively makes your mower turn more sharply and drive faster. With zero turn mower technology, the operator has total control of their mowing attitude.