I have to admire anyone who can drive a tractor! I had a go in a friend's Landrover years ago. I'd never driven anything bigger than a smallish car. Found it to be challenging. Parked about a metre away from the kerb!
A riding lawnmower, go-cart and mini-bike were my smallest things at my grandparents farm.
I was about 17 and was faced with driving a pick-up truck just to do some brush cleaning out on a friend of my paren;t property, I was also painting the spilt rail fence on what was a 5 acre horse farm. The main job was painting. The secondary job was cleaning out the brush, so I could paint. There's no shift pattern for a "three -on-the-tree, so I had to figure out where the gears were.
Maybe a small walk behind snow-thrower counts.
Never drove a tractor, Pappy was too protective. But it had 3 brake pedals. One for each drive wheel and one for both. The starter button was an old foot mounted headlight dimmer switch.
It's amazing how you "associate" things that "look like an accelerator" as an accelerator, but it was the brake. Headlight dimming switches were associted with headlight dimming and not engaging the starter.
LG: Should have bartered - teach the teach how to drive a tractor for your car driving lessons?