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What vehicles qualify for farm use?

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2011-09-13 15:13:38
2011-09-13 15:13:38

usually a truck or spot utillity vehicle used in the production of livestock or crops. vehicle can not be driven to work, but can be used for shopping dr. visits etc. these are Texas rules as i understand them.

Farm useAny vehicle really, but lets be realistic a sedan type car has no use as a farm vehicle and you would have a hard time justifying it. A farm use vehicle is exempt from gasoline tax as it is an off road vehicle and state taxes for road improvement or use taxes do not apply, they are meant never to leave farm property or be driven on roads except when the distance between fields makes road travel necessary. You need to think of it as a tractor and limit its use to the same criteria IE: you would not drive a tractor to the grocery store.
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