Amazon Fire

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Our RV weight safety app for Fire devices is the best that answers “How to Weigh Your Fifth Wheel or Gooseneck Trailer” and determines if you are towing safely below your load ratings. This towing weight calculator and safety report app provides instructions that assist you with weighing your tow vehicle and your fifth wheel or gooseneck trailer.


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Why Weigh?

To ensure the  vehicles’ ratings aren’t exceeded:

  • Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR)
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR)
  • Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR)
  • Gross Trailer Weight Rating (GTWR)
  • Vertical Load (Kingpin)

Overloading and underinflation can cause: 

  • Tire Failures
  • Reduced Handling Capability
  • On-Road Breakdowns
  • Increased Stopping Distance
  • More Rapid Tire Wear
  • Rapid Suspension Component Wear
  • Higher Fuel Consumption
  • Unsafe Swaying in Crosswinds
  • Increased Driver Fatigue

Is weighing the RV cost saving?

  • Yes! Tire blowouts result in costly repairs.

The folks at the Good Sam Vehicle Insurance Program state that tire failure is the cause of 60% to 70% of all Good Sam VIP comprehensive claims. Tires usually blow out as a result of an overloaded RV, improper inflation or excessively worn tread. Good Sam VIP

Also there is the potential to…

  • Improve Vehicle Performance
  • Reduce Fuel Consumption
  • Reduce Vehicle Stopping Distance
  • Reduce Mechanical Breakdowns
  • Extend Tire Replacement Intervals

And the most important potential is to…

  • Reduce Accidents That May Result in Bodily Injury or Death

Learn why weighing the RV rig twice is necessary – CLICK HERE

The Facts…

“Driving or towing an overloaded rig is a leading cause of RV accidents.”Bill Pinchak, RV Claims Consultant

The number one most reported insurance claim is the result of RV damage received from sudden release of air from tires. Good Sam VIP

You decide… 30 minutes of your time now or possibly a lifetime of heartache after the accident. Dave Gray