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    1. Logo

    2. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating

    3. Gross Axle Weight Rating-Front

    4. Gross Axle Weight Rating-Rear

    5. Name of Manufacturer

    6. Final Manufacturer's Date

    7. RFI Statement-Canada Only

    8. DUAL - When Equipped

    9. Front Axle Reserve-When Equipped

    10. Total Capacity-When Required

    11. Tire Pressure

    12. Rim Size

    13. Speed Rating-When Required

    14. Tire Size

    15. GVW Rating Code

    16. Engineering Model

    17. Vehicle Identification Number

    18. Payload

    19. Model Designation

    The vehicle certification label displays the following assessments:

    The Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR)
    The Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) -- Front and Rear
    The vehicle's payload rating
    The original equipment tire sizes and the recommended tire pressures

    Gross vehicle weight (GVW) is the weight of the vehicle and everything it carries.

    Include the following items when figuring the GVW:

    The base vehicle weight factory weight
    The weight of all vehicle accessories, like the winches or the plows
    The weight of the driver and the passengers
    The weight of the cargo

    The gross vehicle weight must not exceed the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

    The front gross axle weight rating (GAWR FRT) is the weight exerted on the front axle. The rear gross axle weight rating (GAW RR) is the weight exerted on the rear axle. The front and rear gross axle weights must not exceed the front and rear gross axle weight ratings.

    The payload rating defines the vehicle's maximum allowable cargo load. The cargo load includes the driver and the passengers. The payload rating is based on the vehicle's factory installed equipment. Deduct from the payload rating the weight of accessories added to the vehicle after the final date of manufacture .

    The vehicle may have a Gross Combination Weight Rating (GCWR). The Gross Combination Weight Rating refers to the total maximum weight of the loaded tow vehicle including driver and passengers and a loaded trailer.

    The vehicle tires must be the proper size and properly inflated for the load the vehicle is carrying.

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    Fig. 2001-04 vehicle certification label-Canada

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