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Unless Op wants to smash someone's face with a snow shovel. And OP, you could possibly do some simple detective work and ask around for neighbors with snow plows, the person probably lives close. If he came from across town to plow your snow.. Then good luck.

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Try living in Canada. Where I'm from, we got a foot of snow. Then the snowplows plow half of it from the road onto the end of the driveway. That's a big pain in the ass.

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What part of Canada do you live in? In southern BC where I live we're lucky to get a couple of inches of snow.

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#7, they are indeed infamous for hitting cars and driving on, but alas, they are far more infamous for blocking shoveled driveways by ploughing the streets than they are for ploughing unshoveled driveways, even to hit cars that might be parked there.

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Here they'll put the wing down and plow the first 8 feet or so to keep the road from drifting. Which is great, unless you have a short drive.

I think the stranger owns a car repair shop and figured he would get paid for plowing the driveway by making you take your car to the shop to get fixed. Sneaky bastard.

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Oldest trick in the book! (ok maybe not the oldest, but "trick in the book" just doesn't sound as good)

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