Tractor Hire in Devonport, TAS 7310

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29th July 2019

Do you need a licence to operate a tractor?

When trying to work out if you need a licence to operate a tractor there are a number of situational things you need to know about. There is no yes/no answer when it comes to if you need a licence to operate a tractor, which is often the case with earthmoving machinery, construction plant and agricultural machinery. While there are general rules that are outlined at an Australian federal level, over the years different states have started to enforce more restrictions to ensure the driving of tractors, especially on public roads, is regulated. The main reason behind this is to mitigate potential accidents and unnecessary dangers which can come from having inexperienced tractor drivers on public roads.Below we discuss the different instances where you may or may not need some type of licence to operate a tractor. It’s wise to pay particular attention to the state level regulations to ensure you are abiding by the rules in your own state.

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18th July 2019

Which tractor is the right tractor for your job?

Tractors are often used in the construction and farming industries to move and load materials like wood chips, sand, rock, recycled material, raw minerals, logs, gravel, dirt, debris, and asphalt into another machine such as a conveyor belt, dump truck or hopper. However, to know what tractor is the right one for you it is important to consider the factors and purposes when hiring a tractor.

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13th July 2018

$280 million Granville Harbour Wind Farm set to begin construction after receiving green light

Tasmania's Granville Harbour Wind Farm is set to begin construction shortly after receiving its required funding. This 112 megawatt is expected to generate enough electricity to power more than 46,000 homes.     The project, which has received funding from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), will deliver a one-third increase to Tasmania's wind power capacity.

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