Freight class for furniture depends upon the size of the furniture and the weight. If your furniture is packed flat in the boxes it would be class 70 or 85. For example at mcgillteak outdoor furniture, we ship most of our furniture in class 85. But if furniture has lot of pillows and cushions than most likely the class would be anywhere from 175 to 200. I hope that helps.
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There aren't any special weight regulations for Class 3 freight above and beyond the regulations for general freight. There is a LOT of Class 3 going down the road at very high load weights--5000 gallons of gasoline, which is what a tanker truck of it holds, brings the truck pretty close to 80,000 lbs., and gasoline is probably the most transported Class 3 commodity out there.
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