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Curb weight is the weight of the vehicle as it sits, ready to go. Dry weight is the vehicle alone, no fuel.

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The phrase ctw is usually an abbreviation for 'carat total weight', which describes the total weight in carats of all the diamonds in a piece of jewelry.A single diamond would be labeled as ## carats.

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.

Gross Vehicle Weight. It's actually GVWR - Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. This is the total weight the vehicle is rated for by the manufacturer.

Gross vehicle weight means the total weight of the vehicle itself, plus cargo, passengers and fuel.

Unloaded weight is just what it implies. The vehicle with no occupants and no load. A gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) is the maximum allowable total weight of a road vehicle when loaded - i.e including the weight of the vehicle itself plus fuel, passengers, cargo, and trailer tongue weight.

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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).

The curb weight of a vehicle is the total weight of the car without anyone in the car.

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GVWR is the total weight of vehicle including all passengers, cargo and any optional accessories.

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.

The Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of a vehicle/trailer is the total weight of a fully loaded vehicle/trailer with maximum number of passengers allowed, maximum number of cargo allowed, full tank of gas, etc that the vehicle should weigh at maximum.

The tongue weight rating does not include the weight of the hitch. The weight of the hitch will be part of the total amount of weight on the back of the vehicle.

gross vehicle weight rating the total safe weight that the truck can weigh including all passengers and cargo

Yes. It is the weight of the vehicle when fully assembled and coming off the line.

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No. The gross weight cannot exceed the gross vehicle weight rating and/or the registered weight rating of the vehicle, regardless of the license of the person driving it.

The total gross weight for any vehicle is usually posted on the drivers side door jam. Also you can find it in your owners manual.

The towing capacity of a 1994 Isuzu 2.6 pickup is about 2,500 pounds. This weight depends on the total curb weight of the vehicle. The vehicle is designed to tow about 3/4 of its curb weight. To find the specific weight of this vehicle, open the driver's door and note the sticker on the door frame.

The gross weight of a 1989 Ford Econoline Van is approximately 4,500 pounds. The gross weight is the total weight of the vehicle fully loaded.

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All commercial trucks are subject to total vehicle weight limits and also weight limits per axle. The scales are there to enforce these weight limits.

9300lbs Gross Vehicle Weight Rating....Van, plus any cargo and passengers

It stands for "GROSS AXLE WEIGHT RATING" It is there to inform you about the total recommended weight for the front and rear axles of your vehicle.