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UK traffic sign 622 1A (2011).svg
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Legal access restriction for vehicles with a max allowed weight above the specified weight in metric tonnes. Edit or translate this description.
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Legal access restriction for vehicles with a max allowed weight above the specified weight in metric tonnes.

The maximum allowed weight, also known as the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), gross vehicle mass (GVM) or max gross weight (MGW) is the maximum permitted weight of the vehicle at full load, as specified by the manufacturer. For example, in most countries, heavy goods vehicles are defined as goods vehicles with a GVWR above 3.5 tonnes.

Difference to maxweight=*

The definition may be confusing, but it is really rather simple. Here is an example:

Sign Tag Meaning
Vorschriftszeichen 9c.svg maxweight=5.5 Vehicles that currently weigh above 5.5t are prohibited on this road.
Vorschriftszeichen 7a Gewicht.svg maxweightrating:hgv=5.5 Lorries that are legally permitted to weigh more than 5.5t are prohibited on this road.

So, this sign is a more precise way for the road traffic authority to say that access for "big lorries" is prohibited and has nothing to do with the vehicle's current actual weight.

Examples

with signs around the world:

United Kingdom Germany Italy Austria Poland Sweden Southern African Development Community Quebec in Canada

use maxweightrating:hgv=*

Austria use maxweightrating:bus=*

Queensland in Australia United Kingdom

use maxweightrating=*