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IS IT BETTER TO PUSH A GROCERY CART FROM THE BACK,OR TO PULL IT FROM THE FRONT.

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  1. depends on what you mean by "better".

    would you rather run the cart over your heels, or whack your shins?

    It's often easier to steer it by pulling, if it's heavily loaded.

    I've done both, usually push, so I can see what's going on.

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