Originally Posted by lakebuster
Nope not yet, actually where do you go to get weighed, you talking about the scales off of the interstates?
Yes, most of them would be off of the interstate. Like a a Pilot station or Loves, etc. I am not sure what the stations are in your part of the country. Out West they are called CAT scales. I just looked you have Pilot, Petro Stopping Center and La Place Travel Centers. Correct or did I miss it?
Here is a link. CAT Scale Locator | CAT Scale
They cost you about 10 bucks. Pull in, get your axles in the right spot, it's easy. They them first weight, private vehicle, pull off the scales and go in and get your weigh ticket. If you decide to weigh there is a great app that you enter your information in and it give you stuff like this.
TV Weight W/ Trailer Attached: 12800
TV Weight: 9440
Trailer Kingpin Weight: 3360
Trailer Gross Weight: 19240
TV & Trailer Combined Weight: 28680
Vertical Load (Kingpin): 17%
Safety Margin VS. Overload
TV Front Axle Weight: -720
TV Rear Axle Weight: -2070
TV Gross Weight (GVW): -1200
TV Combined Weight (GCW): -1820
Hitch Tow (GTW): -5760
Vertical Load (Kingpin): -2890
Trailer Gross Weight (GVW): 240
The minus number are the ones you want to see.
You can see in this report I am good except for the last line.