If your kids have stopped responding to the bribes and threats, and you need another way to get stuff hauled around the yard, garden, food plot, or barn, a powered wagon will save time, energy, and quite possibly your spine, and as a bonus, it won’t complain in the process. Here are three things to consider when shopping for a powered wagon that fits your needs.
This model has six cubic feet of payload capacity. Landworks
Most powered wagons and utility carts are rated for maximum weight and load size/volumes, as well as maximum slopes (measured in degrees). Match your workload to the rated capacity of the powered wagon.
This model has all-terrain traction. YARDMAX
Powered wagons are self-propelled, which means given their size, you need to pay attention to what you’re doing and what’s around you to safely operate one. Being able to brake and control the cart in rough terrain or on side slopes are important considerations, as is the ability to control your rate of descent while carrying a heavy load.
This model runs in all-wheel drive, all the time. YARDMAX
Gas-powered wagons typically offer more power than electric models, but they require routine maintenance, can sometimes be loud, and emit exhaust. Electric-powered wagons are quieter, cleaner, and easier to start and maintain, but battery life can be limited, as can whether rain or wet conditions can damage components.