In a deal with Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma, Kansas farmers will be able to operate farm vehicles across three state lines without getting a commercial driver‘s license.
Drivers with valid non-commercial licenses may operate farm vehicles within 150 air miles of their property. The vehicle must be used only to transport agricultural products, farm machinery or farm supplies for the farm. The vehicle must also be properly registered as a farm vehicle.
Regulators say the deal is meant to facilitate the interstate transfer of farm goods.