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Do you need a license for residential snow removal?

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Licensing requirements for residential snow removal vary from state to state. In most areas, potential employees need a valid driver's license in order to operate a snow plow and a business license if they want to hire other employees for their snow removal business, but no unique snow removal license.

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Plowing residential neighborhoods does not require a license in many areas, but those who plan to remove snow from public places may need a municipal license to do so. Licensing requirements often depend not only on the location of the snow removal business but also on the size of the operation. As such, requirements may shift over time as the business expands.

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