Unrivalled Payload

Maxi Mover vans have unrivalled and market-leading payloads – up to 1600kg on a 3.5-tonne low loader Luton van.

Within the 3.5T light commercial vehicle arena achieving the maximum payload is vital. Our vehicles offer unrivalled payloads through the entire ProMAX range – this is achieved through a combination of our advanced, lightweight ProMAX HDX Commercial Chassis constructed together with the very latest design principles and ultra-lightweight material technology. Deliver more for less with the Maxi Mover ProMAX range.

Maxi Mover ProMAX HDX Commercial chassis can support payloads of up to 2400kg.

The Ultimate Lightweight Promax Range

3.5M LittleMAX
 

3.5M LittleMAX

Max Payload

1600
4.1M CityMAX
 

4.1M CityMAX

Max Payload

1500
4.5M JumboMAX
 

4.5M JumboMAX

Max Payload

1480
5.1M BigMAX
 

5.1M BigMAX

Max Payload

1430
5.6M GiantMAX
 

5.6M GiantMAX

Max Payload

1300
4.5t HGV
 

4.5t HGV

Max Payload

2250
5.0t HGV Tandem Axle
 

5.0t HGV Tandem Axle

Max Payload

2500

Not All Luton Vans Are The Same
Must Read Information On Payload

Heavy loads create safety problems for both drivers and other road users, but there are also legal issues to be aware of. Today, the authorities take overloaded vans very seriously.

The Current Penalties Are Below:
5%-10% Overweight: £100
10%-15% Overweight: £200
15-30% Overweight: £300
More Than 30% Overweight: Court summons

At over 30%, the DVSA consider this a safety hazard to other road users. In cases like this, drivers can be charged with dangerous driving. This offence can even carry a prison sentence.

The average cost to a business for exceeding their vehicle’s payload is on the rise. Just five years ago in 2015, the average fine issued by the DVSA was £788.94. If you were caught overloaded at the roadside in 2017, the average fine rose to £1034.01.

Unladen Weight & Gross Vehicle Weight
As a van driver, you need to stay within the weight limits. When a van is empty but fuelled, its weight is called the ‘unladen weight’ or sometimes referred to as kerb weight. Your van also has something called the ‘gross vehicle weight (GVW)’ or ‘maximum authorised mass’ which can be found on your VIN plate. This is the maximum weight that a van is legally allowed to weigh when loaded. It includes: the van, the fuel, you and any passengers and anything else you’re carrying.

Calculating Payload
To work out how much you can load onto a van (payload) and be within the legal GVW limit you need to do a simple calculation. You subtract the van’s unladen weight from the van’s gross vehicle weight (GVW). The figure you come to is the payload and is the total weight of what you can safely load into the van but remember this includes all passengers and their luggage. For example, if your vehicle is carrying three passengers weighing in at 12 stone each (76kg) this will use up 228kg before you even start adding any tools or cargo.

The 5 secret critical factors to choosing your next Luton Van

You must consider these factors when investing in your commercial low floor Luton van fleet.

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