that’s a fine time to ask..I see the sign says 55 mph.Was it?
I saw this John Deere tractor towing a seed planter in East York Pa. on route 30. In the first photo it’s a four lane road with turn lanes and traffic lights every couple of blocks. In the second photo, the road turns to highway, and yes, the speed limit is 55mph once on the highway. Then it’s just farmland on either side of the highway.
I see that every day on our small country highways, but it would be really scary on a bigger highway!
Same here, I was surprised to see the guy take the tractor on the freeway. It held it’s own up till about 45mph. He probably got off the next exit which is only 2 miles from where I took this shot.
Growing up on a farm, this was a common sight for me. Frustrating if you are following one, and in a hurry.
This is a common sight around here too. I thought folks not familiar with farming equipment would get a kick out of this shot. Tell ya what…John Deere rules. This guy had no problem keeping up with traffic…even at 50mph! I hope we don’t have to sell mine when we move to a different home…I love my Deere! Yes, it can be frustrating following a slow one!
Usually we see farm equipment on smaller roads…not the highway! I just thought it was funny seeing this tractor alongside speeding cars and trucks.
I hope it was causing traffic jams, doesn’t look like this beautiful piece of machinery is very fast
He was keeping up with traffic with no problem!
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