The gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of a 26-foot Penske truck is 26,000 pounds, with an empty weight of 16,000 pounds. And Penske's 26-foot truck can carry a 10,000-pound payload. The 26-foot Penske truck rental is the largest in the fleet and is perfect for families moving out of a three- or five-bedroom apartment. These capacities, dimensions and mileage are approximations and may vary by manufacturer.
Miles per gallon may vary depending on load, terrain and driving factors. The 26-foot box truck is, as expected, a piece of heavy machinery. The exact weight varies depending on whether the truck is empty or loaded. Empty, the vehicle weighs 16,000 pounds, but can hold 10,000 pounds of cargo.
The maximum weight of the truck, full, is 26,000 pounds or 13 tons. This figure is called Gross Vehicle Weight or GVW, one of several terms that apply to trucks and their weights. Enterprise Truck Rental has the transportation solutions you need to keep your work running smoothly. Our commercially equipped, medium-duty, 26-foot box trucks are perfect for long-term projects, seasonal work and everything in between.
They come with a liftgate for easy loading, transporting and moving heavy and bulky items. They are designed with a payload capacity of up to 10,000 pounds. Round-trip trucks are charged by the mile, but the price of renting a Penske truck can also vary slightly depending on demand. For easy loading and unloading, all Penske one-way rental trucks offer a translucent roof and cargo lighting, cargo tie bars, and a roll-up rear door.
Pennsylvania requires that all trucks stop, but most states only require trucks that weigh 10,000 pounds or more to go through weighing stations. Trucks have to take into account several dimensions: the loaded vehicle, empty and the maximum amount of weight that the truck can support. Wyoming randomly selects trucks to inspect weighing stations, and Florida requires trucks carrying agricultural products to stop.