SOURCE: Meyer Products

Meyer Products

December 14, 2011 08:00 ET

This Year Clear Your Driveway of Snow Safely, Quickly and Conveniently With the HomePlow by Meyer

CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwire - Dec 14, 2011) - Don't get caught out in the cold this winter trying to keep your driveway cleared of snow. There's a way to avoid the physical strain of shoveling, the frustration of starting a snow blower and the frigid air that surrounds open-air tractor plowing. The simple-to-install and operate HomePlow by Meyer allows you to safely and easily plow your own driveway without having to leave the comfort and warmth of your vehicle. As the only fully automated snow plow on the market that retails for as low as $2,199, the HomePlow is operated via a remote control that handles up/down movement. With the patented Auto-Angling system that controls the left or right direction of the blade, there is no need to manually angle the blade. The Auto-Angling system senses the weight of the snow and automatically angles to push snow to the side.

Unlike those expensive, heavy, hard-to-install commercial snow plows currently on the market, the affordable, lightweight HomePlow is easy to install, use and store and adapts to most standard SUVS, light pickup trucks or utility vehicles. Available in three models, the HomePlow weighs less than 250 pounds for easy maneuverability and can be connected or disconnected in less than a minute without the need for any tools. Even the longest driveways can be safely cleared in a matter of minutes.

So forget about shoveling and all the strains and pains that come with it. Don't risk becoming a statistic. Snow shoveling sends more than 11,000 adults and children to the hospital each year, according to WebMD Health News. As cold temperatures cause blood vessels to constrict, the risk of a fatal heart attack while shoveling during heavy snowfalls increases dramatically, especially for the 70+ million baby boomers entering their "golden years."

Snow-blower related injuries additionally send thousands of people to the hospital as the result of a limb getting caught in the machine or carbon monoxide poisoning. Slips and falls are also real dangers, especially for the elderly, while shoveling or walking behind a snow blower.

To learn more how to safely clear your driveway of snow this winter, visit The HomePlow by Meyer is available through,,, or through local authorized dealers.

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