Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. This is the maximum allowable weight of the fully loaded vehicle (including passengers and cargo). This number - along with other weight limits, as well as tire, rim size and inflation pressure data - are shown on the vehicle's Safety Compliance Certification Label, located on the left front door lock facing or the door latch post pillar. Note: The GVW must never exceed the GVWR.
Acronym for Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. This information is provided by the vehicle manufacturer and is located on a tag generally found on the driver side door jamb. It tells you how much total weight, including occupants, fuel, bed load, etc., the vehicle is rated to carry.
Gross vehicle weight rating. The weight specified by the chassis manufacturer as the maximum loaded weight of the vehicle (including driver, passengers, liquids, and cargo). Usually posted on the inside wall near the driver's seat.
Abbreviation for Gross Vehicle Weight Rating also referred to as ?GVW?. The maximum total vehicle weight, measured at the tire-ground interfaces, for which the vehicle possesses components adequately rated to safely carry. It cannot exceed the sum of all GAWRs
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. The maximum permissible loaded weight of the vehicle and takes into account the capabilities of the engine, transmission, frame, spring, brakes, axles and tires. The GVW must not exceed the GVWR.
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. The maximum allowable total weight of the tow vehicle, including driver, passengers, any special equipment (options, accessories and upfitted equipment), cargo, fuel, coolant, etc.
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. The manufacturers maximum load weight, in pounds, allowed for the vehicle. This rating includes the weight of the vehicle plus fuel, water, propane, supplies and passengers.
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. A vehicle's GVWR is the maximum weight a vehicle should reach in use, including the vehicle itself, passengers and cargo, but not including a trailer. A vehicle's GVWR is established by its manufacturer and should not be exceeded for reasons of safety.