What licence do you need to drive a franna on the road?
Certainly a driver's licence... Additionally you would need a HGV licence and a crane operators licence.
Yes, you need to be licensed to drive an RV, just as you would with any regular car.
Your licence must include category K in order to drive a lawn tractor on the road. You do not need a licence to operate a lawn tractor on private land with no public access.
You don't need a license to drive a quad. Added: But they are not legal to operate on the public roadways anyway. no you just need a licence to drive road legal quads an scramblers no you do NOT need a car licence to drice a quad or a scrambler and stuff like that but for an off road quad or a scrambler you do NOT need a licence This vehicle requires no license because… Read More
In the UK, you need a driver's licence to prove you have passed the driving test. You need to pay road tax to entitle you to drive on the road. You need driver's insurance in case you have an accident, or are being sued by a third party.
if your riding a dirt bike you do not need a licence but you cant drive on the road
They need to have full licence to drive their police cars around the road.
tracktor tracktor Provisional car licence
no you just need UK drivers lisence i think !
yes but not on roads. u would need a road quad 2 drive on roads and be 18 and have a driving licence.
hey i have turned 16 and have my previstioal licence, am i able to take a quadbike on the highway
if its under 50cc no other that that it needs to be registerd to drive on the road and also a motorcycle licence
Everyone has to have a licence to drive any form of vehicle on public roads in the UK. Whilst a licence is required to drive on a public road, any person may drive on private land without a licence with the consent of the landowner, but it is illegal - regardless of any licence or not - to drive without lawful authority on any common public land, such as moorland.
Franna (now Terex) was originally a make of "Pick and Carry" crane which is extremely common in Australia. They became so common that crane type is most commonly known as a franna. The boom on a franna is mounted on above the cab of a slewable truck (one that can flex between its axles). Typically they can lift up to 20T, have no stabilisers and are road legal.
Yes you need a licence to drive on any gazetted public road.
you must be 16 to drive on the road with or without G licence.
In which country? Abnd do you mean a licence to drive a scooter, or the road tax licence?
There is no such age. You need a license to drive a car a and motorcycle no matter what age you are................................
You don't need a drivers license to buy a vehicle but you do need a drivers license to operate it on the road.
There are three stages that under go when you learn and can get the licence are :- You must get a learner licence before you learn to drive on the road. To apply for a learner licence, you must be at least 16 years of age. To apply for a restricted licence, you must be at least 16½ years of age and have held your learner licence for at least six months. You will need… Read More
In the UK you can drive a Porsche on a public road at the age of 17, provided you have a valid driving licence, if you are on private land you can drive a Porsche as soon as your legs are long enough to reach the pedals.
No. You have to provide proof of licence before an instructor can take you on the road. You will need to apply to the DVLA at Swansea asap for a replcement or letter to support your licence details
None, All Formula 1 Drivers must have a Super Licence to Drive a Formula 1 Car and 1 regulation of getting a F1 Super Licence is to have a regular road Driving Licence.
engine on wat? car? bike? anything classed as a car/bike, you need a licence to drive it on a public road :D
What is the highest cc of a motorcycle you can drive on the road in Minnesota without a motorcycle licence?
50cc or less.
something along the lines of a construction worker
dont need one... dont let the cops getcha
Can you drive a scooter 50 CC inPhiladelphia without licence and also without insurance. How would you get the scooter insured if youdon'thave a driver licence?thanks
You effectively can't take lessons until your 17th birthday, but you can apply for your provisional licence (Which you need at the very minimum to drive a car on a public road) up to three months before your 17th birthday. IF Your provisional licence is validated before your 17th you can start lessons. Alternatively you can take what is known as "Off-Road" lessons on areas away from the road (ie. car parks, industrial estates etc.)… Read More
no a 49cc pitbike bike is not street legal you have to have a licence to drive a motorcycle onn the road. and if your driving a dirt bike on the road it has to be an on/off road
If you are old enough to get your drivers licence. and you are able to satisfy the examiner that you are able to both drive a car and understand the road rules then you will be able to get your drivers licence.
A driving licence allows you to drive cars and other road vehicles it does not allow you to fly an aircraft. You would need a pilots licence in order to fly to Scotland from England or you could just buy a plane ticket and someone else will fly you there.
Not only in KY, but anywhere in North America if you drive with a "junior" licence (in Canada it's G-1 licence, then comes G-2, and only then licence G, a full licence) without accompanying by not just adult, but by an adult with no less then 4 years of driving experience, you will be stopped by the road police and charged.
You have to be at least 16 to get a learner's licence. After at least 360 days, you can take a roadtest to get a novice licence. Two years after that, you can take another road test to get the full class 5 licence. With a learner's licence, one person with a driver's licence, who is at least 25 years old, has to be in the vehicle with you when you drive. You can also… Read More
It must be registered for use on public roads, and display a licence plate.
If it is road legal and you have a full driving licence and insurance you can ride it on a motorway.
The Road Traffic Act 1998 prohibits anyone under the age of 17 from holding a valid driving licence. Therefore your US licence would not be considered valid in the UK until you turn 17.
Not in the UK they are a class B vehicle and therefore require a car licence.
Anyone can own a car, but to drive one on the road requires a licence appropriate for the vehicle.
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
Just a full british driving licence.
A1 motorcycle licence and CBT Test
In UK at least a full B1 you cannot ride a quad on a motorbike licence. you just need a full UK drivers license to drive a quad (if your in the UK), you also don't need to wear a helmet as its not a legal issue :D
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.
To drive a quad bike, you must have a category B1 or B licence, therefore you must be at least 17.
You need a license to drive anything on the road.
Yes, there are road legal quads in the UK. For licence requirements check www.direct.gov.uk/en/Motoring/DriverLicensing
You need license plates to drive it on the road.
In NSW Australia to ride a motor cycle on a public road you have to have a motor cycle licence.
all you do is have to register it. You have to have a drivers licence and then get an endorsement on it after you pass a motorcycle safety test.
In the UK you can drive any car on a road provided You own or have permission of the owner to drive the car You have a valid driving licence for the car you are driving You have a valid certificate of Insurance The car is legally roadworthy