Rule stop marker and tail on a light bar attached to rear most part of load and also side markers on bar. I have gotten away with a 3 light cluster but you take chance this way of a citation.
Obviously an unloaded vehicle.
Depends on the vehicle and braking system. In a commercial vehicle, the brakes are designed specifically for stopping a loaded vehicle, and an unloaded truck can actually require more stopping distance than a loaded truck.
what the vehicle wights when it is loaded with out people like full of fuel and is ready to drive it is alway gvw it is found on the drivers door jam gross vehicle weight
Fully loaded usually means to buy a vehicle with every option available.
Yes, it can. It can cause a lightly or heavily loaded vehicle to do that in such conditions, or in icy conditions, as well.
Yes, I have worked in a car dealership and fully loaded includes leather seats.
Yes only side arms