Unladen mass definition

Unladen mass means the mass of any motor vehicle or trailer as recorded in a licence or certificate issued in respect of such motor vehicle or trailer by any authority empowered by law to issue licences in respect of motor vehicles;
Unladen mass means the mass of the vehicle in running order without the uniform mass of the driver of 75 kg, passengers or load, but with the fuel tank 90 per cent full and the usual set of tools and spare wheel on board, where applicable;
Unladen mass means the mass of the vehicle in running order, unoccupied and unladen but complete with fuel, coolant, lubricant, tools and a spare wheel (if provided as standard equipment by the vehicle manufacturer);

Examples of Unladen mass in a sentence

  • Unladen mass (unladen weight) – the mass of a vehicle determined by the manufacturer excluding a driver, passengers and freight, but including a full reserve of fuel and a necessary tool kit.

  • Unladen mass of the vehicle:...............................................................................................

  • Table 2: Reporting Requirements for Changes to Vehicle Mass Vehicle StatusInformation Required by Registration AuthoritiesFor an unregistered ICV (passenger car) (ADR category MA, MB and MC) Unladen mass or tare.

  • In this case the next period of class will start from the expiry date of the Special Survey before the extension was granted.(2) For survey completed within 3 months before the expiry date of the Special Survey, the next period of class will start from the expiry date of the Special Survey.

  • Unladen mass: mass of vehicle ready for normal use and equipped as follows: — additional equipment required solely for the normal use under consideration, — complete electrical equipment, including the lighting and light-signalling devices supplied by the manufacturer, — instruments and devices required by the laws under which the unladen mass of the vehicle has been measured, — the appropriate amounts of liquids in order to ensure the proper operation of all parts of the vehicle.


More Definitions of Unladen mass

Unladen mass. (mk) means the nominal mass of a complete vehicle as determined by the following criteria:
Unladen mass means the mass of any motor vehicle or trailer as recorded in a licence or certificate issued in respect of such motor vehicle or trailer by any authority empowered by law to issue licences in respect of motor vehicles: Provided that in the case of a two or three- wheeled motor cycle, motor scooter or autocycle or cycle fitted with an auxiliary engine, the unladen mass shall be deemed not to exceed 453,5 kg;
Unladen mass means the mass of the vehicle in running order, unoccupied and unladen but complete with fuel, coolant, lubricant, tools and a spare wheel (if provided as standard equipment by the vehicle manufacturer).
Unladen mass means the mass of the vehicle in running order without crew, passengers or load, but with the fuel tank full (if any), cooling liquid, service and traction batteries, oils, onboard charger, portable charger, tools and spare wheel, whatever is appropriate for the vehicle considered and if provided by the manufacturer of the vehicle;
Unladen mass means the mass of the vehicle in running order without driver, passengers or load, but with the fuel tank filled to 90 per cent of its capacity and the usual set of tools and spare wheel on board, where applicable.
Unladen mass means the mass of the vehicle in running order without driver, passengers or load, but with the fuel tank full and the usual set of tools and spare wheel on board, where applicable;
Unladen mass means the mass of the vehicle without crew, passengers or load, but with a full supply of fuel and with the tools which the vehicle normally carries;