Communal tractors are smaller machines especially designed for communal purposes. The compact size of such tractors have the advantage of being able to easily manoeuvre in tight and urban areas. Unlike normal or large tractors, they take up less space and can therefore be more easily and cost-effectively stored. Communal tractors are optimally enhanced with numerous additional and accessory devices, so that all activities in town can be covered. For example, this could include lawn and landscape maintenance, as well as tasks like ditch-digging, soil cultivation, street cleaning or winter road maintenance. It's not only towns but also some small agricultural companies which rely on the diversity and efficiency of such compact tractors. Some famous manufacturers of communal tractors are John Deere, Steyr, Kubota, Iseki and Massey Ferguson for example.