In the United States, “commercial vehicle” is a pretty broad term. Many times, when a laymen thinks of a commercial vehicle, they thing of a delivery truck or an 18-wheeler; however, in the United States, commercial vehicles can also include fleet vehicles, passenger transports, company cars, and other vehicles used for business.
In the United States, a vehicle may be considered a commercial vehicle if:
Note that a vehicle used for business may remain privately licensed depending on the amount of time it is used for business.
Among the commercial vehicles that most occupy public roadways are:
Commercial trucks are further classified by their gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR). In the United States, the classifications are as follows:
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