WATCH FOR THEIR HAND SIGNALS. The size of farm equipment often leads to the need in wide turns. If a tractor operator is signaling you to wait, WAIT. They have a higher vantage point than you.
BEWARE OF THE (SMV) Slow-Moving-Vehicle sign. Watch for flashing amber lights. These lights often mark the far right and left of the equipment. Watch for reflective tape marking extremities and sides of equipment.
DO NOT PULL OUT IN FRONT OF A SLOW MOVING and/or brake suddenly. A tractor pulling an attachment cannot maneuver like a vehicle.
DO NOT EXPECT EQUIPMENT TO RUN PARTLY ON THE SHOULDER. Driving on uneven or loose-surfaced shoulders substantially increases the risk of overturn or other accident.
DO NOT SPEED PAST farm machinery. Even if you may pass safely and legally, the turbulence created by your vehicle may cause the machinery to sway and/or become unstable.