I bought a couple of work lights last year to put on the back of the tractor and the snowblower, just haven't got around to installing them yet. Need one on the blower because it blocks the headlights and it's hard to see where your going sometimes. Any time you get out in the road you need all the light you can muster to keep from getting hit.
Speaking of plow drivers filling back in driveways, the county plow trucks drivers around here plow at around 40 MPH and when they drop the big wing plows they can pile snow back in the drive a good forty feet from the road. I know this because I found that out first hand once
. Seen him coming about a quarter mile away. Backed up the drive about 25 feet or so to let him pass, he had the wing plow down and was cookin' pushing the banks back.
Boy was that a surprise watching the blanket of snow bury me and the tractor. I bet he had a funny story to tell his buddies about that day. Now when I see him comin', I head for the hills.