Traffic chiefs on the Channel Island of Sark, where cars are banned, are concerned about the size of tractors, which are the only vehicles allowed.
The Chief Pleas is considering the non-essential use of tractors
The Traffic Committee is worried high levels of tractor traffic are putting the environment and roads at risk.
Sark's government, the Chief Pleas, is leaving the number of tractor licences at 77, but the size of vehicles allowed is being looked at.
The move follows complaints about high levels of traffic around the island.
The tractors on the island can all be used at one time in the holiday season and Sark's traffic committee is concerned about the noise and dust.
Deputies were told smaller tractors have less impact on the environment and cause less dust and noise.
The non-essential use of tractors in the island is also to be looked at.