I was thinking if you had a full tank of water you are always able to ditch some if stopped however you’ll have to chuck out the missus and the beer
Axle weights are rear 1900, Front 1680 so within limitsWhat about individual axle weights?
It’s likely that your limits are 2000 on rear axle and 1650 front with overall max 3500.
It is difficult to put the extra over the front end alone
Are you saying you don’t worry about what weight you are?I'm sure we would hear about it on here if people had been stopped and weighed in their MH so I assume it isn't a regular occurrence. I could see them doing a weekend crackdown some time down the line where they target MH's but I doubt very much if you'll ever be asked to weigh.
I personally don't worry about it.
Yup I'd do the same. Check all your lights are working, tyre pressures and enjoy your holiday Vince but try and not do it againI wouldn’t give it a second thought, since you could do the paper exercise to get the vehicle uprated without any change mechanically you are hardly a danger and only overweight on paper.
Loaded 3500 motorhome to go on holiday and went to get it weight.
It weight exactly 3600.
If you are allowed plus 5% am I okay or still overweight. 5% of 3500 is 175 Have I got my sums right?