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Tractors are powerful utility vehicles designed to tow various construction and agricultural attachments. There are a wide range of attachments available to cater the versatility of tractors on projects. Some attachments include buckets and rakes, posthole diggers and trenchers, forks, pallet forks and add-ons, grapples, hay handling and concrete equipment. These tractors and attachments are available for hire on iSeekplant ready for your next construction or agricultural project.
Choosing the right tractor for your project depends on its purpose and drive type.
There is no clear or straightforward answer to whether you need a license to operate a tractor. Each Australian state and territory have different regulations surrounding tractor licensing, but generally when driving a tractor on public roads the operator will need a car license and permission from authorities. The operator does not require a license if the tractor is being driven on private property.
The cost of tractor hire is dependent on the type of tractor, wet or dry hire, and tractor horsepower (hp). 4x2 tractor wet hire ranges from 25hp at $64 per hour to 180hp at $135 per hour, and dry hire ranges from 25hp at $40 per hour to 180hp at $115 per hour. 4x4 tractor wet hire ranges from 36hp at $71 per hour to 420hp at $210 per hour, and dry hire ranges from 36hp at $48 per hour to 420hp at $192 per hour. Tracked tractor wet hire ranges from 300hp at $192 per hour to over 600hp at $282 per hour, and dry hire ranges from 300hp at $150 per hour to over 600hp at $230 per hour.
Australia has 5 top tractor brands that provide superior tractor hire for construction and agriculture projects. These top brands are: