The well known economic theory about the agriculture machinery business is that it is cyclical like agriculture: when agricultural commodities price goes up, the demand for the agricultural machinery tend to rise accordingly. The European Commission has always compared tractors to cars, and both tractors and cars belong to the same administrative unit inside the Commission. As a result, most of the EU’s regulations on tractors have derived from regulations originally designed for the automotive sector. The European agricultural equipment market is one of the highly developed markets. According to Renub Research, the Europe Agriculture Equipment Market will be US$ 75.3 Billion by 2027.