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Of the 18 units walking excavators type 1 with less curb weight, fittings and 10 pieces of trailers for the transport and walking excavators 18 units of type 2 higher unladen weight, fittings and 11 pieces of trailers for their transport.
Product coverage: Helicopters of an unladen weight not exceeding 2,000 kg.
Thanks to an intelligent combination of materials, the brand's engineers have succeeded in reducing the car's unladen weight.
The new Plus 8 is the lightest V8 passenger car in the world approved to European safety standards, using technology from the aircraft industry to achieve an unladen weight of only 2,425 lbs.
Viewed from any side, its powerful stance gives the impression of a hunk of a car, but the expert use of aluminium and magnesium result in an unladen weight of just 1,880kg which is sweet music when you begin to realise that the power-to-weight ratio is approaching perfection.
Hundreds of vehicles park facing the wrong direction at night and hundreds of vehicles in excess of 1525kg unladen weight park at night with no lights, some even facing in the wrong direction.
The full report contains figures for the registrations of motor vehicles by category, fuel used, make, type of duty, engine cubic capacity and unladen weight.
WITH its simple construction, 85-litre capacity, puncture-proof solid rubber wheel and a rust-proof load area, this one is also easy to manoeuvre thanks to an unladen weight of only 8kg.