Can a backhoe and trailer be taken with repossessed truck?
If they only have an order of repossession of the truck, then no. Otherwise, the trailer and backhoe would be considered stolen.
Only if the repossessor has an order for repossession of the trailer, as well. And even then, only under certain circumstances. If it's a commercial tractor trailer, and there's a load in that trailer, they may not take it, as the order of repossession does not cover the load, and they will face criminal charges if they do such. In the course of repossessing a vehicle, the repossession agency may not enter or move any…
If my tri axle dump truck has a GVW of 70000 can weigh up to that much what if I add a 20000 lb trailer what if I add a 25000 lb machine?
GVW means Gross Vehicle Weight. That's the maximum permissible weight of the truck plus the trailer (in the case of a combination rig) plus the load. Therefore...if you take your dump truck, hook a 20,000-lb empty trailer to it and put a 25,000-lb backhoe on the trailer, the truck needs to weigh less than 25,000 lbs if you want to remain legal.
Is it legal to keep your trailer hitch attached to your truck when your not pulling a trailer in New Jersey?
When a truck pulls a trailer the trailer and truck accelerate forward even though the action and reaction forces are the same size but are in opposite directions. Why don't these forces balance each o?
The action and reaction on the tow bar are forces which are internal to the system comprising truck+trailer. They therefore do not affect the motion of that system. The motion of the truck+trailer system is affected by forces acting on the system, not within the system, The fact that the action and reaction between the truck and trailer are balance explains why the trailer does not slam into the truck.
Trailer is way more bigger than a semi-trailer. Common misconception between a trailer and a semi-trailer. Technically, a trailer has wheels in front and rear and is hitched to a pulling vehicle (car,truck,etc.) A semi- trailer only has wheels in the rear and is hitched to a pulling vehicle (car,truck,etc.)
Yes, your truck can be repossessed even if you are using it to earn an income, however, you can tell your creditor that you are earning money with your truck, and that if the creditor does not repossess the truck you will use that income to make payments on your loan. Of course, if you are not making payments, and spending all of your income on other things, then the creditor has no motive to…
Yes/No, because if it is parked in reverse, the back wheels would be dragging, and soon shift gears (If repossessed by a chain truck), but if it is a flatbed tow truck, then yes, it can be repossessed, because the back wheels would not be dragging, therefor the wheels would not shift gears and ruin the vehicle, or reverse of of the truck! Why are you asking, has your car bin repossessed before? -Zachary T…
Several different ways have been used. Some measure from the nose to the rear of the trailer/ without the truck. Others measure from the rear bumper of the truck to the rear of the trailer claiming the overhang on the truck bed doesn't count because the truck takes up that space. Don't relay on the trailer model number it's usually wrong. I measure from nose to back bumper.
You call it a semi because it pulls a semi trailer. A semi is a type of trailer. A semi-trailer, as opposed to a full trailer, means it only has axles at the rear of the trailer and a full trailer has axles at the front and rear of the trailer. We call these in the UK "drags", as in wagon and drag, where the wagon that pulls the drag can carry a load on…
It depends on the truck and whether you're meaning just the truck or the truck/trailer combo. Most trucks are in the 18,000-20,000 lb range but can vary anywhere from 15,000-25,000 lbs. Truck/trailer combos also vary depending on the specific truck and trailer but most are in the 32,000-35,000 lb range but can vary from 25,000-50,000 lbs.