GVWR definition

GVWR means the gross vehicle weight rating, i.e., the weight of the vehicle and contents when loaded to its maximum capacity, as established by the vehicle manufacturer.

Examples of GVWR in a sentence

  • If the apparatus is equipped with an air brake system, the service brakes shall bring the apparatus, when loaded to its GVWR, to a complete stop from an initial speed of 20 mph (32.2 km/hr) in a distance not exceeding 35 ft (10.7 m) by actual measurement on a paved, level, dry surface road that is free of loose material, oil or grease.

  • A violation of the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) and/or safe loading requirements of a tow truck may be cause for termination of the Agreement.

  • If the apparatus is equipped with a hydraulic brake system, the service brakes shall bring the apparatus, when loaded to its GVWR, to a complete stop from an initial speed of 30 mph (48.2 km/hr) in a distance not exceeding 88 ft (26.8 m) by actual measurement on a paved, level, dry surface road that is free of loose material, oil or grease.

  • Make/ModelMeridian MHDDDT Archer 8-Barrier Drop Deck Trailer with cover2.QuantityTwo (2)3.GeneralHeavy Duty Drop Deck Enclosed Trailer with chassis that provides additional strength and rigidity, as demonstrated by its Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) that exceeds 10,000 lbs.

  • All trucks and vans shall be inspected in accord with the exhaust emission standards, emission equip- ment and evaporative emission standards applicable to the manu- facturer’s GVWR as indicated either in the vehicle’s identification number or on the vehicle’s doorpost.


More Definitions of GVWR

GVWR means gross vehicle weight rating. “HEV” means hybrid-electric vehicle. “LDT” means light-duty truck.
GVWR means gross vehicle weight rating. (16) “HDV” means heavy-duty vehicles.
GVWR means Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, the value specified by the manufacturer as the fully assembled weight of a single motor vehicle.