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Public-images-osm logo.svg maxweight
Zeichen 262 - Verbot für Fahrzeuge deren tatsächliches Gewicht eine gewisse Grenze überschreitet (600x600); StVO 1992.svg
Description
The legal maximum weight. Edit or translate this description.
Group: Restrictions
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
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Status: in use

Legal access restriction for vehicles that exceed the specified weight in metric tonnes.

How to map

Add the tag to a way or area.

If a unit is not specified, the value is assumed to be in tonnes (British English, 'metric tons' for American English). See page Units for possible units and format.

If the restriction applies only to some classes of vehicles, way direction, lanes, or time condition, follow maxspeed#Extended tagging.

Examples

with signs around the world:

Switzerland Germany Korea

maxweight=5.5

Please note the dot as decimal separator.

Brasil Finland 80px Quebec in Canada Singapore

maxweight=*

(The same sign in a few different countries)

MUTCD (United States) In the United States, the weight given on signs is always in short tons. You must explicitly specify the unit if it is not in metric tonnes:

maxweight=10 st

United Kingdom Germany

Caution, pitfall! This is not a weight restriction, but a restriction for goods vehicles with a maximum allowed weight above the depicted value!

maxweightrating:hgv=7.5