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Axle loads



Maximum authorised axle loads

Single axles 10 tonnes
Driving axles 11.5 tonnes
Tandem axles of ordinary trailers and semi-trailers
  • 11 tonnes if the distance between the axles is less than 1.0 metres
  • 16 tonnes if the distance between the axles is be-tween 1.0 metre and less than 1.3 metres
  • 18 tonnes if the distance between the axles is be-tween 1.3 metres and less than 1.8 metres
  • 20 tonnes if the distance between the axles is 1.8 metres or more
Tandem axles of motor vehicles
  • 11,5 tonnes if the distance between the axles is less than 1.0 metres
  • 16 tonnes if the distance between the axles is be-tween 1.0 metre and less than 1.3 metres
  • 18 tonnes if the distance between the axles is be-tween 1.3 metres and less than 1.8 metres or
  • 19 tonnes if the distance between the axles is be-tween 1.3 metres and less than 1.8 metres, where the driving axle is fitted with twin tyres and air sus-pension or suspension recognised as being equiva-lent within the Community or where each driving axle is fitted with twin tyres and the maximum weight of each axle does not exceed 9.5 tonnes
Tri-axles
  • 21 tonnes if the distance between the axles is 1.3 metres or less
  • 24 tonnes if the distance between the axles is over 1.3 metres and up to 1.4 metres


source: transportxxl.eu

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