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Public-images-osm logo.svg hgv
Zeichen 253 - Verbot für Kraftfahrzeuge mit einem zulässigen Gesamtgewicht, StVO 1992.svg
Description
Access permission for heavy goods vehicle; in most countries goods vehicles with a maximum allowed mass over 3.5 tonnes
Group: Restrictions
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Status: de facto

Legal access restriction for Heavy goods vehicles.

See access=* for values.

Use maxspeed:hgv=* to tag a speed limit that only applies to heavy good vehicles.

Around the world

In most countries, heavy goods vehicles are goods vehicles (goods=*) with a maximum allowed weight above 3.5 tonnes.

The maximum allowed weight, also known as the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) or gross vehicle mass (GVM) is the maximum permitted weight of the vehicle at full load, as specified by the manufacturer. Note that not all countries (explicitly) differentiate between light and heavy goods vehicles. Also, a few countries do not follow the UNECE resolution on vehicle classes (see Vehicle categories) and establish a different weight than 3.5 tonnes:

  • Australia[1]: 4.5 tonnes
  • United states and Puerto Rico[2]: 10,001 pounds (=4.536 tonnes)
  • Bolivia[3]: a load capacity of 2.5 tonnes

Tagging Examples

Zeichen 253 - Verbot für Kraftfahrzeuge mit einem zulässigen Gesamtgewicht, StVO 1992.svgFinland road sign 313.svgSADC road sign R229.svgMUTCD R5-2.svg hgv=no
Zeichen 266 - Verbot für Fahrzeuge und Züge über angegebene Länge einschließlich Ladung, StVO 1992.svgFinland road sign 343.svg3.15 Russian road sign.svgSADC road sign R205.svg maxlength=10

Even though a goods vehicle is depicted, usually the sign applies to all vehicles. Otherwise it would be maxlength:hgv=10.

Nederlands verkeersbord F21.svgSADC road sign R123.svgC12acr.jpgSeñal r406 camiones.svg access=no

hgv=designated

Zeichen 253 - Verbot für Kraftfahrzeuge mit einem zulässigen Gesamtgewicht, StVO 1992.svgSADC road sign R230.svgUK traffic sign 622.1A.svgVorschriftszeichen 7a Gewicht.svg

Zusatzzeichen 1052-35 - Gewichtsangabe (7,5 t), StVO 1992.svg

maxweight:hgv=7.5

This is not a weight restriction (like Zeichen 262 - Verbot für Fahrzeuge deren tatsächliches Gewicht eine gewisse Grenze überschreitet (600x600); StVO 1992.svg), but a restriction for goods vehicles with a maximum allowed weight above the depicted value!

Currently, there is no correct approved way to tag this. There is a proposal to introduce a tag for this (amongst others).

Possible synonyms

truck=*