Q: Need help understanding GVWR

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What is GVWR? And what is the GVWR for my car (AWD)? Can the GVWR be changed for a particular vehicle?

GVWR is an acronym for Gross Vehicle Weight Rear. The ID plate or tag in the drivers door jam will display your GVWR. This is rated when the vehicle is made and cannot be changed.

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