The best thing about this position was the amount of freedom allowed in the work. You weren't being constantly monitored and controlled, the supervisors trusted you to do the work and respected your opinion. Most of the work involved hands on work on the tractors you were testing, as well as report writing based around those tests.
The worst part of the position was the office location, the company was not able to secure an actual desk so a shared desk was required with a laptop instead of an actual computer.
The culture was fairly positive, a lot of jokes and fun while work was still being completed.