R-V GVWR Load Specifications                       ( DO NOT OVERLOAD YOUR R-V )

 

Definitions:

 

A- Gross Vehicle Weight Rating:

 

GVWR is the maximum permissible weight of the unit fully loaded. it includes all weight inclusive of the cargo, optional equipment and accessories. For safety and product performance do NOT exceed the GVWR.

 

B. Gross Axle Weight Rating:

 

is the maximum permissible weight, including cargo, fluids, optional equipment and accessories that can support the combination of all axles.

 

C. Unloaded Vehicle Weight:

 

is the typical weight of the unit as manufactured at the factory. It includes all weight at the unit’s axles including a pair of LP Gas.  The UVW does not include cargo, fresh potable water, additional optional equipment or dealer installed access

equipment.

 

D. Cargo Carrying Capacity:

 

Is the amount of weight available for fresh potable water, cargo, additional optional equipment and etc.

 

E. Load Evenly and secure your inside items. 

 

Reminder: Freelancer RV Transfer is a USDOT authorize R-V carrier/transporter. We are required to enter weight stations for weight and safety inspection at all weight stations. Therefore, it’s important that your RV is in compliance with their transport safety and GVWR standards .  

 

     DO THE MATH BEFORE YOU START LOADING

 

Safety First New

Know your loading limits and stay under them. This might mean cutting back on the amount of stuff you pack into the RV

Balance your load and be sure your check the RV tire pressure. It’s a small price to pay for safety on the road