What is an agricultural vehicle?
An agricultural vehicle is defined as:
- Any highway motor vehicle that is used (or expected to be used) primarily for farming purposes, and registered under state laws as a highway motor vehicle used for farming purpose for the entire period.
- A vehicle is used primarily for farming purposes IF:
- more than half of the vehicles use (based on mileage) during the period is for farming purposes.
- A special tag or license plate identifying the vehicle as used for farming is not required for it to be considered an agricultural vehicle.
- Farm plates refer to vehicles used on farms for transportation of the farmer and the farmers family, including personal use.
- Special farm plates are used for hauling crops or livestock bedding to transport the items from the field to their feed or storage areas.
- Logging trucks which are used in logging operations to haul timber are separate from agricultural vehicles.
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Last modified 21 Jun 2018 03:06 EST