Our Fleet

Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
Below you will see a break down of the city’s 2010 fleet by classification. The commercial truck classification is based on the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of a particular vehicle. The GVWR is the total weight a vehicle can carry legally, which includes the weight of the truck empty plus the weight of the load it carries.

For example: If a dump truck is 10,000 pounds empty and the GVWR is 15,000 pounds, the truck can carry up to 5,000 pounds. This vehicle would be considered a class 3, 4 or 5 vehicle within our fleet.
Fleet List 

Purpose

Class

Weight in pounds GVWR

Vehicle Type

Number of Vehicles

On road N/A N/A Sedans, mini vans, and station wagons

33

Class 1 0 - 6,000 SUVs and small trucks

27

Class 2 6,001 - 10,000 pounds Light trucks

13

Class 3, 4, and 5 10,001 - 19,500 One ton trucks

34

Class 6 19,501 - 26,000 Two and a half ton trucks

11

Class 8 Anything above 33,000 Five and 10 ton trucks

43

Off road N/A N/A Equipment vehicles

13

N/A N/A Gas or diesel engine powered large equipment

20

N/A N/A Small engine and equipment

178