My snow shovel broke, so I went to buy another ($10) at Dollar General
but noticed these Snow Augers next to the shovels. The augers were $15.
I figured it wouldn't work well, but I figured I could always take it
back if it didn't work.
I got it home and attached the handle to the base with a couple of
bolts, washers, and nuts. It works great. It pushes the snow to the
right. Way easier and faster than shoveling and hurling snow. If you
live in the snow belt, I highly recommend it. It has this metal
screw/auger thing that rotates the snow to the right. Because it only
pushes the snow to the right, you can only push it one way on your
driveway -- starting at the left and working to the right, or starting
in the center and going counterclockwise outwards. It only took about
10 minutes of easy pushing the auger to clear my driveway. It usually
takes 30-40 minutes of hard labor with the shovel.
I still bought a shovel for the porch and steps.