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Farm tractor on highway (photo courtesy of AAA Foundation
for Traffic Safety)
Operating farm vehicles on Wisconsin roads involves a specific set of regulations, safety and other requirements.
The following series of "Wisconsin Farmers on the Road" publications are available as a resource to farmers:
- Driver requirements
Topics include definition, license, driving speeds, right-of-way, and livestock on roads.
- Hazardous materials
Topics include legislation, regulations, exceptions, pesticide transportation, disposal of used oil filters, poisonous gas, using placards, and accidents.
Topics include hazardous material, equipment, federal regulations, tractor safety, training and certification, and parking on highways.
- Size, weight and load
Topics include limits, securing load, reciprocity agreements, federal regulations, frequently asked questions, resources, and phone numbers.
- Vehicle registration
Topics include definitions, plate types, descriptions and registration requirements.
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Last modified: May 23, 2012
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