American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. gross vehicular weight
“H2 model is built to the over-8500-lb GVW class, its fuel economy is neither published by the EPA nor counted toward Corporate Average Fuel Economy.”
“Trucks with dual wheels, over 6800 lbs. GVW and with more than 6 studs per wheel cannot be legalised.”
“GVW (I think that is the figure) are specifically prohibited.”
“Some light truck manufacturers list a different max GVW capacity for fifth-wheel towing than for bumper towing.”
“Scania SA would market a range of trucks in the 16 ton (GVW) and above class which could be tailored to suit specific customer needs and operating conditions, said Jarlhage.”
“The aim here was to achieve cost benefits generated by highly rationalised large-scale production, which in turn would serve to boost overall truck sales considerable and ultimately secure for the company nothing less than the leading position worldwide for trucks of over six tonnes GVW.”
“This major order consists primarily of Sprinter 313 CDI panel vans of 3.5 tons GVW.”
“The contract consists of Sprinter 313 CDI panel vans of 3.5 tons GVW.”
“The Smith Newton is a 26,000 pound GVW truck, a class 7 truck, 16,000 payload.”
‘GVW’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for GVW.