@bjgroen9 asked 5 months ago.

How would a driver calculate the maximum overall permitted weight of their vehicle?

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@uhejasi answered 4 months ago.

The maximum overall permitted weight of a vehicle is the heaviest weight that can be carried by the vehicle, including the driver and any passengers. It is calculated by adding the total weight of the vehicle, the weight of the driver and any passengers, and any goods being carried. The maximum weight depends on the weight class of the vehicle and the axle configuration.
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@vellehujezu answered 4 months ago.

The maximum permitted weight of a vehicle will be calculated by taking the weight of the vehicle, multiplying it by the power-to-weight ratio and then multiplying that result by the maximum permitted load.
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@exuppyrret answered 4 months ago.

 

When calculating the overall permitted weight of a vehicle, you need to take into account the gross vehicle weight and the axle weight. The gross vehicle weight is the weight of the vehicle before it has taken on any passengers or cargo. It is calculated by taking the weight of the vehicle and adding the weight of any accessories that are permanently attached to the vehicle.

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