they're my times you built using lightweight construction technologies these days it's right it's really good however we expect more kit on them. So, weighing a Motorhome whether new or used is really important.
I mean, if you're looking used it's kind of like you've had 10 years for other people to load stuff onto it and. So, you've actually got no idea how much that motorhome weighs and what's payloads in it what you need to do is check weight plates first of all of the motorhome you intend to buy look at what its maximum weight is driving licenses obviously have some people have a three and a half term limit. So, check that carefully the weight plate is normally located under the bonnet let's have a look.
So, here you can see this one's actually plated at three six fifty which means, if you pass your test after 1997 you won't be able to drive it it will also show grace train weight which is a towing vehicle weight is how much you can tow with it not that many people do and then you've got the two axle weights for an axle weight and rear axle weight let's go to a Weybridge and see what this one weighs. So, here we are a public Weybridge there's plenty around the country, but you like your best bet is to talk to your local council about where your nearest is and all it takes is that we'll need to do two measurements one with the front axle and one with the whole motor home. So, we can work out the calculations of the rear axle let's see what happens.
So, the motorhomes been weighed now and all that remains is to get a ticket with all our weights on that we can compare going to the motor home weight plate thank you.