the weight of a 1989 Chevy Astro Van?
Weights: gross vehicle weight rating (kg) 2,767 [approx 6100 lbs] and curb weight (kg) 1,974 [approx 4352 lbs]
Gross Weight (GVW) = Is the maximum recommended weight for a vehicle, including: the weight of the vehicle itself, fuel and other fluids, passengers, and all cargo.
Curb Weight = the weight of an automotive vehicle including fuel, coolant, and lubricants but excluding occupants and cargo.
The empty vehicle weight of your 1998 Chevy Cheyenne step side pickup truck is stated as 4374 pounds. The empty vehicle weight does not include any fluids or accessories.
gross weight of a vehicle is the weight of the vehicle and all load, not an empty weigh
The empty weight of a vehicle is the total weight minus the net weight. This is used to determine the cost of things that pay by weight.
It is known as the tare weight, sometimes called unladen weight, and it is the weight of an empty vehicle or container.
In some cases, vehicles are licensed according to the weight of the vehicle. Vehicle Revenue weight means the current weight of the vehicle when it is in an empty state.
Tare is the empty weight of a cargo vehicle.
The gross weight of a vehicle is the laden (loaded) weight. The Gross Vehicle Weight Rating is the maximum gross weight the vehicle is rated for. The opposite of this would be the tare weight, which is the empty weight of the vehicle.
Volume inside of a container or transportation vehicle. If the weight of the container or vehicle is known, you can weigh it and determine the weight of the load.
Max allowed weight - tare (empty) weight = permissible payload weight.
The sending unit is probably bad, not unusual.
That depends on what the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of the vehicle is, and what the vehicle weighs empty (tare weight).
GVWR is the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. This is the weight of an empty vehicle plus the maximum carrying capacity of the vehicle recommended by the manufacturer
Gross weight is the total weight of the packaging/vehicle and its contents when loaded, as opposed to either the tare weight (the empty package/vehicle) or the net weight (only that of the contents/load).
It's a trick question - gross weight is the loaded weight. The weight of an empty vehicle would be the tare weight. This would depend on exactly what model International it was, as well as the configuration (single axle, tandem, tri-axle, etc).
It is known as the TARE weight. Tare weight refers to the weight of the empty vehicle itself - minus the load. It is not required to be placarded until after it is loaded.
Curb weight, 3210 lbs. Gross weight, 4718 lbs.
Tare weight is the weight of an empty vehicle or container. Taring is the process of determining the weight of goods carried. It is obtained by subtracting the tare weight from the gross weight.
That entirely depends on the empty weight of the vehicle, the number of axles and the licensed gross weight.
The Gross Vehicle Weight Rating minus the empty weight. It varies between cars.
The gross weight of any vehicle is the laden weight. The Gross Vehicle Weight Rating is the maximum gross weight the vehicle is rated for. So, for a bus, that would include passengers, fuel, and luggage (if a type of bus which carries luggage).
My 1970 Chevy c50 with 8 foot dump body scaled 9700 lbs empty
gvwr means gross vehicle weight rating this is what the vehicle would weigh with all load .fuel, and passengers empty ship weight is what the vehicle would weigh if being shipped this would also indicate that there would be no load or passengers and minimum amout of fuel in vehicle minimum fuel would only be enuff to move it from what it was shipped on
The sticker on the vehicle's door jam will have the gross (maximum) weight. To find how much weight you can add to the vehicle, you can find the curb weight (car empty) on the title; subtract from gross weight.
Gross Vehicle Weight is what a vehicle weighs at any given time. If you drove onto a scale you would see your present Gross Vehicle Weight. It can change depending on what you have in the vehicle (gas, passengers, cargo) and the tongue weight (the weight the tongue of a trailer places on your hitch) of any trailer you may be towing. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating is the maximum allowable total weight of a your vehicle when loaded - i.e including the weight of the vehicle itself plus fuel, passengers, cargo, and trailer tongue weight. It is considered unsafe to exceed your vehicles GVWR and may void your warranty. Curb Weight is what a vehicle weighs when empty.