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Moat trash carts (eg., 35, 65 or 95 gallon capacity) only have two rear wheels and have to be tipped backwards to move them. Is a trash cart available from one of your suppliers that has 3 wheels and a braking system for use on inclined driveways?

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Collin, I can understand the need of having a trash cart that is user friendly for inclined driveways, especially safe for an elder to use. That is one reason I don't use a trash container supplied by the trash service company, it would get away from me :P

So I put out an easy to carry empty large plastic trash can, then I carry out the plastic trash bags and place them into the trash can. Works great. I just don't overload the plastic bags to make them easier to carry.

Sorry we can't give you more information as this website is information only for caregivers who have questions regarding elder love ones. Maybe someone else familiar with their own trash service might be of help.
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