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The following series delves into the various factors that can impact a tractor's mileage, further exploring the relationship between a tractor's performance and fuel efficiency.

Tire traction on the ground can affect a tractor's mileage by increasing or decreasing the energy needed to move the vehicle forward.

Soil compaction can negatively impact a tractor's mileage by increasing the resistance against the movement of the tractor, leading to increased fuel consumption.
The load on the tractor can significantly impact its mileage, with heavier loads requiring more energy to move and leading to higher fuel consumption.
The on-road speed of the tractor can affect its mileage, with higher rates leading to increased aerodynamic drag and higher fuel consumption.
Efficient use of available take-off power can positively affect a tractor's mileage by optimizing its engine's performance and reducing the fuel needed to perform a task.
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