AFFI is a member of CTP, which advocates for a nationwide increase to the maximum gross vehicle weight allowed on federal interstates.
What does MGVW stand for?
MGVW stands for Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight (utility vehicle industry)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Safeway Scaffolding, High Street, Coleshill, Warwickshire, using a vehicle when the maximum rear axle weight shown in the plates was exceeded, using a vehicle when the maximum gross vehicle weight shown in the plate was exceeded, fined pounds 700.
James Bates, aged 27, of Beechwood Road, Bed-worth, using a vehicle whereby the maximum front axle weight shown on fitted plate was exceeded, using a vehicle whereby the maximum gross vehicle weight shown on fitted plate was exceeded and using a vehicle whereby the maximum rear axle weight shown in the plate was exceeded, fined pounds 300.
Thomas Quinn, 39, of Bellair Avenue, Bedworth, using a vehicle of which the maximum gross vehicle weight shown on the plate was exceeded, and using a vehicle when the maximum rear axle weight shown on the plate was exceeded, fined pounds 575.
By adding to its existing range, Nissan says it will offer products in every commercial vehicle segment from the sub- two-tonne to 15-tonne maximum gross vehicle weight category.