Plowed out a Driveway this morning that was drifted in. Only 2 ft deep in places but a hard crust over powder snow that broke thru as I went. The Crust held up my 4044M tractor on it's Skid Plate once in a while so I had to lift the rear blade for more traction weight. Got it done but at times front tires were 90 deg turned and just spinning away trying to pull me back on the road. Did not have my bucket on the loader or I would have filled it with snow for steering weight. Next time I will be sure to have my Pusher Blade on to move the snow over the banks and not use my rear blade. It works but when the Rear tires go over too chance you are stuck! My Pusher works great just did not have it on moved bales with the spears and did not go back for it to do this road. That Front Pusher Blade is my Drift Buster!! Sure will have it on next time as were looking at more snow and 25 MPH winds and 6 deg temps. Snow from 1,000's of feet away can move till it finds a hole to fill. Road sides are close to 3 ft now. Told hem they better get a drift fence going to cost more to plow them out next time!