curb weight


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curb weight

n.
The weight of a fueled automobile with standard equipment but without cargo or passengers.

curb′ weight`


n.
the weight of an automotive vehicle including fuel, coolant, and lubricants but excluding occupants and cargo.
[1945–50]

curb weight

Weight of a ground vehicle including fuel, lubricants, coolant, and on-vehicle materiel, excluding cargo and operating personnel.
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