North America is home to a wide range of climates and topography from the freezing northern Territories of Canada to the subtropical States of Florida and California. These climates create varying road conditions from gravel sprayed Rocky Mountain roads to sand covered desert roads in New Mexico and Las Vegas. Currently, over 70% of sweepers in North America are mechanical sweepers and remaining 30% are air, and for good reason. Mechanical sweepers are the most versatile type of sweepers. They thrive in heavy sweeping conditions, such as sweeping heavy asphalt grinding or packed dirt on the uneven surfaces of construction sites, but are also great for final touch application sweeping such as on airports or race tracks.