Monday, 20 January 2020 10:17

Funny tractor safety video inspired by Air NZ

Written by  Jessica Wilson
The tractor brace position recommended in the video. Photo: Screenshot. The tractor brace position recommended in the video. Photo: Screenshot.

Are you switching your phone to flight mode before driving your tractor?

National Fieldays has released a tractor safety instructional video inspired by Air New Zealand’s viral safety videos. 

The video offers some usual advice, like wearing your seatbelt and checking wheels. 

Where the video gets a bit unusual is with its offering of less common advice, advocating for farmers to ensure all radio-controlled devices should are switched to flight mode. 

Watch the video below.

 

 

 

 

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