The legal age in England to drive a motor vehicle is 17. However considering many routes and farmland may be considered as off-road, you could technically drive a tractor at any age, as long as it is off road.
From personal experience, a friend of mine gained his license to drive a tractor at 16, and drove tractors immediately after. Therefore the driving of tractors or other farm vehicles may be permitted at a younger age, due to farms being "off-road".
Generally, if you will be driving the tractor on private land, then when the adults in your life can make the decision as to when you are old enough to safely drive the tractor.
Generally, if you will be driving the tractor on private land, the adults in your life can make the decision as to when you are old enough to safely drive the tractor. If you are 16 you can take your tractor driving test or if you have passed it then you can then drive it on the road.
I am have been driving a tractor by myself since i was 9 Also - There is no restrictions. Parents still have decision making ability on the farm.
In England, anyone can legally drive a tractor on private land (if they are tall enough to reach the pedals). On public roads, you have to have a driving licence and a 14 year old would be too young to afford a regular licence, let alone one to drive machinery.
Don't matter how old you are. You have to be experienced enough to drive it on the farmland first and then safely on a highway. In farming country you may get away driving at 7-8 years old. Teenages can't even safely drive cars when they are sixteen but an experienced 8 year old farm tractor driver already learned how to properly operate the tractor.
the legal age to drive a tractor on a public road is 16 providing you have a full tractor licence. But you will not be able to drive a two seater tractor or one exceeding 20 tonnes
Hopw old do you have to be to drive from England ? how old i have to be to drive ?
i think ether your parents can make that decision but someone told me that you have to be 14 so i don't really no which answer it is so OK
Not to sure about there but inOntario you can drive on the road at the age of 14 if they know how to drive the tractor
um,maybe if the 12 year old knows how to drive it well and no cause that INSANE but possible
sixteen to drive one and fourteen to ride in one
you can legally drive a tractor on the road at 16 years old providing that you have passed a tractor test you will also have to display a L plate once you have passed also the tractor must be under 20 tonnes and only 2.45 meters wide for road use you also will not be able to drive a two seater tractor.
You can get your permit to drive the tractor trailer combos as early as 18 years old.
yes cause if you are dumb enough to ask you wouldn"t care if it is legal or notA. yes you can
yes -if the nine year old knows how to drive a tractor but it is still technically illegal.
To drive in England you have to be at least 17.To drive in England you have to be at least 17.
They will normally dry rot before they wear out. As a dry rotted tire is not dangerous on a farm tractor like it is on a vehicle you drive on the road, farmers tend to use them until they are so dry rotted as to be a nuisance. This can be a very long time. I have seen them that were 30 years old.
To drive a car in England you have to be 17
A 16 year old can drive a tractor on the road in Maine if he or she is a licensed operator. Those 14 and 15 years old can be employed in driving tractors but not on public highways.
No you do not I sall about a 6 year old driving a big tractor down the road.
It is. You have to be 16 to drive them out on the roads, you drive them on your own land at 14.
you must be 18 years to drive in England
To drive in England you have to be at least 16 a which point you can drive a moped (50cc scooter)
Yes you can drive a tractor as long as the child has proper training.
at lest 11 but it has to be leag farm truck and need to say on truck