No. There is a tractor license? Not in. The answer is still no. Having a tractor license would not let you even drive a forklift.
NO WAY! you have to get a motorbike license to drive a motorbike
You need no license to drive a farm tractor as long as you do not drive it on public roads.
You can drive an agricultural tractor unaccompanied to and from tractor driving lessons at the age of 16.
- From 16 years old you are allow to drive a motorbike under 50cc- You have to be 18 years old to join the Motorbike Driver License (A1, A2) then you can drive a motorbike above 50cc
can a person temporarily drive a tractor on a highway with a driver license
It's a private farm. As long as you don't get near the public, you don't need a license.
The legal age to drive a tractor on the road is 16
You can drive reliant robins, but only if you have a full motorbike license. Also it varies depending on the 'cc' of the robin.
You can operate any motor vehicle of which you are liscensed to drive. So, you may drive a car to your tractor-liscense test, but not a tractor. (provided you have a drivers liscense)
no, because a tractor is not allowed on a highway even if you do have a license to drive
Its better to use your hands.
Most states require a separate drivers license. -------------- In some countries (Sweden for instance) it's allowed to drive 125cc's on a car drivers license!
Generally in any part of the world where you need a license to drive a car on a public road you will need a license to drive a tractor on the road. It will vary between country to country, even state to state wether you need a special license class or wether the tractor falls under an existing (generally mass based) category.
Yes, as well as an atv, lawn mower or tractor
if it's under 50cc you can, anything larger you need a motorcycle licence.
Yes but all you have to do is drive 50metres really easy! Hope i helped :)
Do i need a motorbike licence or to register a 70cc motorbike in Victoria
A class A driver's license is considered a commercial driver's license. It qualifies someone to drive a tractor & trailer weighing up to 26,000 pounds.
It means you can't drive a motorbike with a power greater than 25kW. That condition is removed after holding a full license for 2 years.
If it isn't large enough in your jurisdiction to be considered a motor vehicle, you may not need a license. However, you may not be allowed to operate it on public roads.
Although it may not be true in all countries, in North America you may operate a tractor with just a driver's license if done for a farm. You will likely need a special license for any other use.
Yes, but ONLY temporarily.
if you're going to use the bike, then Yes. if it's for someone else, then No
In most places, working on one's farm does not require a license. Movement of the vehicle on public roads could be an issue.
No you can't you have to wait until your 17 an have a car license.